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by Lauren Fincham

Dark semi-sweet urban folk
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Something In The Air
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2. Out Of Time
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3. Justine
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4. Just Me
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5. Half
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6. Trading Places
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7. Camels & Faith
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8. Show & Tell
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9. Miss Pain
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10. John Said
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11. Just Like You
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12. Presence
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"She weaves alternative rock with poetic acoustic ballads with natural conviction/confidence." Gert-ove Fridlund, Hallandsposten

“Man, listening to you is like getting a soul massage.” Fan quote

Southern urban folk artist, Lauren Fincham has performed in, and organized several Indiegrrl concerts and benefits; she was also the featured performer for Westwood One at the 2005 Superbowl and Folk Alliance OASIS featured artist.

She has participated in various regional compilations, studio session work and commercial spots. She was the featured artist for independent, and internet radio and podcasts across the US and abroad, most notably:

• Pandora Music: www.pandora.com
• Laney Goodman's Women In Music: www.womenonair.com
• XM Satellite Radio
• Sirius Radio
• Philadelphia’s WXPN: www.xpn.org.
• WIMS EyeQRadio in North Miami Beach, FL
• Sonic Chronicles w/Aaron Childs
• Sven's World Radio Featured Artist:http://svensvensen.wordpress.com/
• The Next Big Thing, www.nextbigthing.com

She is currently working on completing her 3rd and 4th CDs, watching the eclipses, and seeking that ever elusive perfect cup of coffee.

www.laurenfincham.com
www.cdbaby.com/fincham
www.myspace.com/laurenfincham
www.sonicbids.com/LaurenFincham
www.musicrush.com/Lauren_Fincham


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Tony Yeatropoulos

Infectious without the commercial hooks or traditional ABABC song structure.
What makes Lauren Fincham's compositions so hypnotic and mesmerizing is her uncanny ability to draw in the listener and surround them in a virtual jacuzzi of texture and emotion. Her voice is convincing, honest, and endearing. Each track stands firmly on its own merit, reflecting the depth and scope of Lauren’s talent. Many have strained their precious little heads in an attempt to categorize Lauren as a possible mirror to the likes of Sarah, Joni, Suzanne, Aimee, Thea, Kate, etc... Yet it is exceedingly refreshing and more than long passed due to find a talent that defies categorization, yet retains the mass appeal of all those mentioned previously; without sacrificing her compositional substance and integrity of the individual composition. You are obviously visiting this site as you seek a higher caliber of talent and defy the excremental decibel droppings of modern FM radio. Following the height of AM radio, the introduction of FM was a mysterious and wondrous canvas, with artistic freedom to create at will. Now as the paint dries to a 30 year, thickly ladened, sea-faring grey globule, and FM is little more than a better sounding AM, enthusiastic music aficionados turn to satellite radio, and yearn for the return of creative and original musical horizons. Take that journey with Lauren Fincham today, and let CD Baby be your chauffeur.