Given her first guitar at the age of 17, Lucy has been singing her story through song ever since. Raised in Ohio and adult-grown across American roads East to West, Lucy’s gypsy spirit has led the way most of her life. An artist by nature, music was self-taught and songs began as stories of her journey, often written inside a van, a tent or a roadside hotel room. Decades later, this story continues through her seasoned songs, creating an audibly trenchant, palpable experience of the human heart.
Most known locally for her years with the appalachian-country band Hot Honey, which garnered awards such a Best New Band, Best Country Band, and Best Rock Band in 2013, Lucy has dedicated the past decade primarily to solo songwriting endeavors, recording and performing her original music around the southwest region, as both as solo artist and with a backing band. Lucy began her recording career at Landslide Studios in Asheville, NC in 2008 with her first album, “I Saw A Bird”, followed by “It’s a Rose”, a solo acoustic record produced with Jason Reed at Frogville Records. This past summer, with the help of Jono Manson at Kitchen Sink Studios, she birthed her most accomplished project yet – a full-band album title “What I Know is True”. This 13-track collection of deeply personal songs has reached audiences worldwide through radio airplay and major streaming platforms.
Lucy’s passion lies in the art of songwriting and in sharing herself through her lyrical storytelling. She enjoys inspiring and guiding others through the process of song-crafting, including lyric composition, arrangement and various instrumentation, and teaches locally at select schools and nonprofits, such as Queen Bee Music Association. Outside of writing and performing music, Lucy can be found running her contemporary art gallery, Alchemy Studio, in Madrid, designing and fabricating art jewelry for Votive Designs, and spending time with her twin teenage boys.