Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Sounds like

Missy Higgins


band members

Lucy Sugerman


Influences

Missy Higgins, Gabrielle Aplin, Katie Melua


Website

ww.lucysugerman.com

Bio

Lucy Sugerman, crowned an Australian National Busking Champion for two years running, is a fifteen year old performer and songwriter from Australia. Playing all kinds of events and venues from pubs to weddings to corporate events, Lucy has been performing around Canberra since she was just nine years old.

In 2016, Lucy played at the National Multicultural Festival and was invited to play and open the ACT Chief Minister’s Student Welcome. She completed her AMEB 8th Grade violin examination and won first place in Hyperdome Rising Star Talent Showcase. She was also invited to perform at the 2016 TEDxCanberra Conference and was a part of the 2016 Beyond Festival lineup. Lucy became the high school age category Australian National Busking Champion for the second year in a row and sold out her first ever ticketed show, her EP launch for 'The Hilltop Sessions'.

Her angelic voice well beyond her years surprises and captivates audiences, with her thought provoking and inspiring lyrics resonating with all, old and young.

Bella's Song
Written and performed by Lucy Sugerman
Mixed and mastered by Maynard Gold

Message Bank
Written by Lucy Sugerman
Vocals - Lucy Sugerman
Keyboard - Lucy Sugerman
Backing vocals - Lucy Sugerman
Electric guitar - Lucy Sugerman
Percussion - Maynard Gold & Lucy Sugerman
Produced, mixed and mastered by Maynard Gold

Reach Daylight
Written by Lucy Sugerman
Vocals - Lucy Sugerman
Backing vocals - Lucy Sugerman
Guitar - Lucy Sugerman
Bass - Maynard Gold
Synths - Maynard Gold
Produced, mixed and mastered by Maynard Gold

Review

Review of Message Bank by Lucy Sugerman Nat Tencic

14 Feb 2017

Triple J
30

I think you have a great voice, with a lot of drama. I'm looking forward to hearing how your songwriting develops.

I think you have a great voice, with a lot of drama. I'm looking forward to hearing how your songwriting develops.