Having grown up in the distant, yet deep shadow of her famous father, Joe Walsh, a longtime member of The Eagles, songwriter/musician Lucy Walsh is finally spreading her own creative wings.
With a debut album in the works, the twenty-four year old surprises audiences by being a grounded and gifted artist in her own right. Her maturity seeps through her lyrics which spring more from self-awareness than star lineage.
After a series of New York showcases, Lucy landed a deal with Island Records, which will release her debut album Lost In The Lights.
Having written or co-written close to 70 songs, including many with other Island Def Jam artists, Walsh and the label are now cherry-picking the very best for her album, a pop/rock amalgam liberally flavored with electronica. "Blending organic with synthetic sounds has always appealed to me, and when I began recording these songs, that's the approach I naturally took."
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