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Laura Hull

With influences ranging from Rosemary Clooney and Carmen McRae to Patsy Cline and k.d. Lang, Laura Hull delivers an extraordinary combination of rich, sultry, and expressive vocals with music drawn from an extensive repertoire of American popular songs, jazz standards, and her original songs. A native of New York City, it all began for Laura at the age of seven when she took the first steps of her musical journey in an all-girls summer camp production of The King and I. Through her formative years, the road led her to the resorts of upstate New York's fabled Catskill Mountains, where she learned to sing in a variety of genres and styles

Take Me Home

Label: Hullarious Records
Released: 2008

VIDEO

That's Him Over There

Featuring the music of Laura Hull

Filmed live at the Malcolm Forbes Ampitheatre in Morristown, NJ in May 2007. Featuring Pat Firth on piano, Brian Glassman on bass, and Jim Saltzman on reeds.

Hullabaloo

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Spell Remains; Crescent Moon; It's Only Me; Being By Myself; Without A Word; Spin I'm In; Distant Shores; Reckless Heart; October Blue; Vacancy In My Heart; Living Out Loud.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Laura Hull: Hullabaloo

Read "Hullabaloo" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

How does one measure the value of a newly-minted pop or jazz tune? Singer/songwriter Laura Hull offers eleven examples on Hullabaloo. Two of these originals ("Spell Remains," “Spin I'm In") won an honorable mention in the 13th Annual Billboard World Songwriting Contest, and another one ("Vacancy In My Heart") was recognized with an Honor Award from ...


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