For over two decades, Lauren Lucas has been performing and writing her way into fan's and critic's hearts alike. The South Carolina native landed her first Nashville music contract at the age of fifteen when highly revered publisher, Donna Hilley, signed her to a publishing and production deal at (what was then) Sony/ATV Tree. 

That was the launchpad for a major label recording contract with Warner Bros. Records, a nationwide radio tour, a Tony nomination as a composer, an ACM nomination as an artist, two independent releases, song placements in TV and film, and a world-wide tour as a member of an all-female harmony band called, Farewell Angelina. 

Currently, Lauren is writing for artist projects, playing corporate events and listening rooms, and creating music she loves. More to come soon!



She’s generating praise for a voice that’s bright, expressive, and immediately recognizable, as well as a genuine earthiness that can’t be manufactured or taught.
— Nashville City Paper
The Columbia native will remind you of Dolly Parton sipping tea with Wynonna in a blues joint.”
— Otis Taylor, The State
Lauren Lucas’s self-released debut EP [If I Was Your Girl] is bursting with songs that could be hits with some marketing muscle, but “Riverstone” isn’t one of them. That’s because it’s a worthy addition to the great country tradition of murder ballads, which the genre has rejected in favor of fetishizing blameless death (preferably that of a child, ideally from cancer). But the lyrical image of a naked woman with a Bible in one hand and a whiskey bottle in the other? As a wise man (well, David Allan Coe, anyway) once sang, ‘If that ain’t country, I’ll kiss your ass.’”
— Chris Neal,, In the Mix
Named in The Nashville Scene’s, ‘Top 5 Women Threatening to Give Country Music a Good Name,’ including Lori McKenna, Miranda Lambert, Sarah Buxton and Carrie Underwood.
— The Nashville Scene




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The Latest Release - On With the Show

by Lauren Lucas



film/tv & Artist Cuts