Genevieve's music has a fresh edgy feel-good mixture of pop and folk, with a throwback to the 60s and a catchy modern pop flare around the sides.
In 2000 Genevieve won First place in a regional Chilean Songwriting Competition in Valdivia, Chile. In 2003 Genevieve opened for platinum recording artist Howard Jones, and was the opening act for the World Theater Festival with Lucy Arnez and Sally Struthers. She was the recipient of the 2005 SESAC Songwriting Award, and was a winner in the Songwriter's Showcase, Songwriter's Night, and Songwriter's Circle, held at Berklee College of Music, in Boston.
Growing up at the foot of the western Colorado Rocky Mountains, the home-grown earthy way of life has trickled down into her writing. Genevieve's debut album, IN OUR HOUSE, channels the music back to her roots, and pays homage to her love of home-state Colorado.
After graduating Berklee she moved to Los Angeles where she recorded IN OUR HOUSE, co-arranging and co-producing, and singing and playing piano on all tracks.
Since its release Genevieve and her spirited band have begun to promote the album, playing energetic live shows around the LA area that resonate with audiences of both older and newer generations.