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The good folks at NPR don’t just go bestowing praise with reckless abandon. So when they extoled B&B’s own Laura Tsaggaris (It’s “suh-GAIR-iss.”) as “a soothing rocker,” music fans everywhere took notice. And now, you can too.
You’re invited to celebrate the completion of Laura’s third album, EVERYMAN, at a special CD release show at The Hamilton on February 2nd. Enjoy a live performance of the entire album, which is currently available on iTunes, with the added bonus of a five-piece rock band, a horn section including B&B co-owner and trumpet extraordinaire Brad Clements, and guest appearances from local music legends Justin Jones and Bobby Thompson.
Through EVERYMAN, Laura strives to connect listeners using universal themes of love, loss, fear, frustration, courage, and growth. And with Laura’s dynamic and eclectic sound – a unique fusion of rock, blues, pop, jazz, and soul – she has the ability to do just that. Shaped by Grammy-nominated music producer Jamie Candiloro and highlighting world-renowned instrumentalists and vocal talent, EVERYMAN promises to delight and unite audiences with the rallying cry, “We are all Everyman.”
But don’t take my word for it. Come check Laura out for yourself. Doors open at 7. Show starts at 8:30.
One of B&B’s own rock star instructors, Laura Tsaggaris, is hitting the studio to produce her fourth album, Everyman. A singer/ songwriter/ guitarist based in Washington, DC, who’s been aptly likened to Sheryl Crow, Joni Mitchell, and Suzanne Vega, Laura’s well known for blending elements of rock, pop, blues, and jazz, giving a diverse group of music lovers cause to celebrate.
And upcoming Everyman, which focuses on Laura’s vocals and her killer skills on the acoustic guitar, promises to strike a chord with fans as well. As the title suggests, Laura hopes listeners will be able to find themselves in her lyrics, which touch on universal themes like love, loss, fear, and courage. Transcending race, sex, and gender, Laura’s new album aims to unite audiences with the rallying cry, “we are all Everyman.”
At the beginning of May, Laura packed her bags and headed to Los Angeles, where she’s spending the month recording with Grammy nominated producer, Jamie Caniloro, who’s worked with artists like R.E.M., Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson, and the Eagles. They expect the completed album ready in early fall.