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Lucy Isabel - The Rush #Flyah Review


Lucy Isabel is a singer-songwriter, originally from Monmouth County, New Jersey. From the age of six, she knew she wanted a career in the arts. She attended a performing arts high school, where she was a piano major. From there, Lucy went on to Yale University. As a Theater Studies major, Lucy participated in numerous stage productions. In her free time, she taught herself to play guitar and began writing music of her own.

In her senior year at Yale, Lucy began singing with the prestigious  all-senior a cappella group, Whim 'n Rhythm. Over the course of her senior year, Lucy toured extensively with Whim, both domestically and internationally. It was with Whim that Lucy gained priceless insight as a member of a professional, touring music act.
In the fall of 2014, Lucy embarked on her next journey: a three-month, solitary road trip around the continental US. Relying on the kindness of strangers, Lucy was able to visit 42 states, performing and writing music as she went. Following this adventure, she made her move to Nashville, TN where she continues to perform.

In June 2016, she released her debut EP, Along The Way, and followed that with a tour of the Midwest. She has been touring consistently since then, and, in February 2017, Lucy released a 4 song EP called "Kane". The release is a triumph in storytelling.


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