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Lucie Lynch

 
 
 
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music for your soul

 
Lucie Lynch is a Singer-Songwriter, Playwright and Artist with an angelic voice and wicked sense of humor.  

Her solo work is influenced by Joni Mitchell, Ben Harper, and Joan Baez, taking audiences on a journey through a world filled with wry observation, laughter, and exploration of the soul. Lucie has opened as a solo artist for international cult band 'Marillion', is a regular many of Hawaii's favorite venues.

"Money Talks: But What the Hell is it Saying?" is the award-winning musical about love, money & self-worth that is taking audiences by storm. The two-woman musical show is written, produced & performed by Lucie Lynch and Marcia Zina Mager, featuring the talented Alan Okuye on keys. 

Lucie & The Perfect Wave is unique blend of Canadian slack-key guitarist Michael Tanenbaum's mystical celtic sounds, Swedish heavy-metal guitarist Nick Gertsson's unique melodic voicings, and Lucie's powerful vocals. The band releases its second album in 2017.

Lucie studied theatre and musical inGermany at the Schauspielstudio (University of Performing Arts) in Hamburg, Germany. She wrote, produced & performed the one-woman musical called 'Gabrielle's Universe' for several years throughout Germany (the story of a neurotic secretary who marries her typewriter in search of true love), before living as a Travelpoet, out of her backpack while traveling the world. 

 
 
 
 
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here we are (solo album)

Released in 2013, HERE WE ARE is Lucie's first studio album and the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign which raised enough money to produce the album and fund a Living Room Concert Tour across Germany. 

Two years in the making, the album tells the story of heart and soul-searching travels around the world, only to arrive right back where every journey beings and ends.

 

LIVE AT MEDICI'S (BAND ALBUM)

Lucie & The Perfect Wave's debut album was recorded in front of a live audience at Medici's in Månoa in September 2014, only a few months after the band members met and started playing together.

The unique fusion of slack-key, electric guitar and Lucie's improvised lyrics transport the audience to cosmic dimensions.

 

WHAT'S MY WORTH (single)

The first single to be released from the soundtrack to "Money Talks: But What the Hell is it Saying?" features hip-hop rap by Marcia Zina Mager.

An audience favorite, this track always gets the audience up on their feet.