Artist info

Genre

Rock


Sounds like

Sheryl Crow, Chrissie Hynde, K.T Tunstall, Samantha Fish, John Mayer


band members

Lecia Louise: Guitar/vocals


Influences

Jimi Hendrix, Chrissie Hynde, The Waifs, Sheryl Crow, Muse, Led Zeppelin


Unearthed artists we like

Hussy Hicks, Leopold's Treat, Lani and Lecia, LeBelle


Website

www.lecialouisemusic.com

Bio

“Clean, elegant, tasty playing!!! I watched 3 times!!! Shred on!!!!!” ... Nita Strauss, Alice Cooper’s guitarist

“Lecia loves her 70’s rock, and it shows. But rather than rehashing old sounds and mimicking her heroes, the singer breathes new life into the sound and produces great, hooky rock songs.” ...Time Off, July 2007

“How freakin’ awesome. You rock lady!”, Bilko, Zinc 96 FM, 2015
Unlike your usual singer songwriter, Lecia Louise demands attention with her soaring, bluesin’ rockin’ guitar riffs and licks. A guitar virtuoso and diverse songwriter, Lecia effortlessly moves through the styles of folk, pop/rock and blues. From a lyric driven tune to a rockin’ song to mosh, move and groove to, Lecia has been touring internationally and nationally and ‘wowing’ audiences.

Lecia recently finished a long tour in Europe where she played in Germany, Austria and Holland. Last year Lecia did a three month European tour to promote her EP, ‘Per Te’, where she played in Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland and Spain, either solo or with a band. Her single from this EP, ‘Individual’, was placed at #1 on the JJJ unearthed charts for 3 weeks in 2015. Tracks from this release have also been played in most states on Australian radio. In this same year Lecia released her remastered album, ‘Into Being’ (alternative rock/pop/blues) and performed at prime time at The Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Festival with her band on the Sunshine Coast, Australia.

Lecia’s discography includes EP (Heaven or Hell, 2005), album (Into Being, 2009/2015), singles Individual (2015), For You (2013), Shock Me (2016), EP (Per Te 2016) and recent single ‘Mastermind (2017).’

Tracks from ‘Into Being’ have been added to a number of radio stations in the USA, Australia and NZ. 'Hoops' was played on New York radio station, 'Mary's Magical Music Show. The rock inspired song 'Little Girl' received the highest amount of votes on USA internet collage radio. This saw three more songs from the album placed on high rotation on their play lists.
The opening track ‘These Walls’, was placed on The Gold Coast Industry Association’s Band Tag compilation. The acoustic version of ‘Honiara’ from the album was played on Australian nation wide radio station, Triple J on the ‘Roots n All’ show.

In 2009, Lecia was invited to perform with Brian Cadd (Axiom, Little River Band, Glen Shorrock, Tina Arena, ‘Little Ray of Sunshine’) on his ‘Morning of The Earth tour. Brian Cadd referred to Lecia’s song ‘Fly’ from her debut EP ‘Heaven or Hell’, as “Fabulous”... 2004”

Lecia has supported some of Australia's great artist's including Killing Heidi, Grinspoon, Phil Emmanuel, Shannon Noll, Daryl Braithwaight, Mental as Anything, James Morrison, Phil Manning and Jon Stevens (INXS, Noise Works). With a
vast amount of touring experience, Lecia has performed through the
 USA, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, London, Italy, Scotland, France, Austria, Germany, Hong Kong,
 Holland, Australia, The Solomon Islands, New Zealand, and 
Singapore.

Lecia received the coveted top ten charting position in the Music Oz instrumental song writing category for the track 'Reynold Waters' from her Heaven or Hell EP (bonus track). This saw her perform in Sydney with her band which was featured on cable TV.

An award-winning songwriter and performer, Lecia has played at Tamworth, The Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford’s Dreaming Festival, Mullumbimby festival, The Quick Silver Pro, A le carte in The Park, West End Festival, Joyfest, The Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Festival and The Deni Ute Muster.

An exciting performer and sort after guitarist, Lecia has been rockin’ the stages and studios around the world ever since graduating with a Bachelor of Popular Music with honours in 2004.