Laura was born in Fairfax, Virginia and at the young age of 3 moved to a 12 acre horse ranch, just outside San Diego, California. Riding, training and showing horses was her passion and it quickly turned to country music when her mother took her to see John Denver in concert at the age of 10.
Laura now has credits as a “Co-Star” on several Television shows including “Married With Children” “Silk Stalkings” “The Young and the Restless” “Renegade” and “Starred” in numerous Feature Films. Laura also started working with HBO and had her own TV series that she “Starred” in for two (2) seasons.
The work kept coming her way, so over the next few years she was cast as the Host of Infomercials, Celebrity Golf Tournaments, Fox Sports Shows and also the Host of three shows for PB Television for over 6 years.
Radio was next on the list of achievements for her, she landed her own radio show on the number one (#1) talk station in the number two (#2) market in the United States. 97.1 KLSX the FM Talk Station picked up the “Laura & Gretchen UNCUT” show for 3 years, a show Laura herself created with her radio partner Gretchen Massey.
Laura recently bought a home in Nashville, TN where she just finished recording her first CD produced by Nick Brophy, who has worked with Phil Vassar, Jennifer Hanson, The Rolling Stones and wrote and produced two (2) songs on Hootie & the Blowfish’s new album. Laura’s CD inlude 3 songs she co-wrote, and songs written by two (2) time Grammy nominated writer, Jan Buckingham, Jeffrey Steele, Gary Hannon, Jennifer Hanson, and Julie Vassar, just to name a few.
Laura was nominated for “Country Artist Of the Year” with “Cross That Line” and “Female Country Vocalist of the Year” with her song “Sticks and Stones” and nominated for “Female Country Singer/Songwriter of the Year” with her song “Cross That Line” in the 16th Annual LA Music Awards 2006. Laura walked away winning “Country Artist Of The Year” on November 9th, 2006.
Laura won 2nd Runner Up in the VO5 Red Hot Rising Star singer/songwriter contest with her song “Cross That Line”. VO5 has a full page ad in the August 2006 issues of Glamour, Allure, Jane, Self, Lucky, and Teen Vogue, putting Laura’s face and song in the spotlight.
Laura has been extremely busy since coming to Nashville and was featured live on the Grand Ole’ Opry radio station WSM 650, played the world famous Tootsies Orchid Lounge, The Nashville Palace, Whisky Island, Crossroads, GaDang, Fuel, and The Alabama Grill.