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Lauren Adams is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, whose music is an impressive blend of alt. country, folk and rock.

Somewhere Else is her new album, just released this week, and demonstrates her pure voice and keen ability to craft meaningful, structured songs that leave an indelible mark.  One of the many absorbing tracks on the album is 'Bayview Drive' which floats beautifully.  The closing track 'Seminole Wind' is an alt. country epic.  A long, driving, fuzz-laden plea that (and I don't say this lightly) harks back to classic Neil Young/Crazy Horse material.  The song was written by John Anderson in the 1980’s and deals with the loss of habitat of Seminole tribes in Florida. It is worth the admission price alone.  

Adams has a reputation for giving her heart and soul to her music and Somewhere Else has many moments of joy and triumph.

The album was co-produced with guitar veteran Nick Kirgo.  At the heart of it is Adams, (guitar, vocal),Mark Pocket Goldberg (bass), Debra Dobkins (drums) and Kirgo (vocals, guitar) and also includes players that constantly elevate the material  - Hank VanSickle (John Mayall), David Sutton (Lucinda Williams), Luke Halpin, Dave Fraser and Dave Byer (Christopher Cross).

Adams began her musical career on the famed Troubadour stage in West Hollywood, CA in 1978 and founded and curated the ten year-long music series, “The Americana Music Circle” in Los Angeles.

“My knack is writing from the heart, melody, hooks and good guitar playing,” said Adams, “The next song is usually quite different from the last song you heard.”

Copy that!  Somewhere Else is highly recommended.

Music Mainline - robdickens101.com

http://nodepression.com/album-review/lauren-adams-something-else

Rock N' Roll Truth


Artist: Lauren Adams
Title: Somewhere Else (Lauren Adams)
You might like if you enjoy: Mary Chapin, Carpenter, Carol Martini, Alice Wallace
Tell me more: "On her latest album Somewhere Else, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Lauren Adams mixes the sounds of modern-day Americana, '70s soft rock, blues and authentic roots music in the service of original material. Adams has a straightforward style of songwriting that benefits from her nice soprano voice as well as a number of guest players and a solid line-up of players who bring richness to the wide range of material. One of Adams' greatest strengths comes in that each song is its own little slice of life, with a sparse ballad ("Heavy, Heavy Heart"), intimate folk rocker ("Miss You") or playful country rocker "We Try Harder" each taking the listener to a very different place. The album closes with a powerful reworking of John Anderson's "Seminole Wind," a powerful roots rocker that is bolstered by vocal harmonies, Nick Kirgo's electric guitar work and a strong Native American-minded environmental message delivered by Adams with emotional force."

Information: LaurenAdams.com. Robert Kinsler

http://rockwrite.blogspot.com/2016/08/well-worn-territory-yields-pay-dirt-for.html

Red Dirt Report

ALBUM REVIEW: Lauren Adams – Somewhere Else(independent) 2016

Even though John Anderson’s moving ode to the Everglades and its people – “Seminole Wind” – talks about the native homeland of the Seminole Nation, listening to the lyrics: “So blow, blow Seminole wind / Blow like you’re never gonna blow again / I’m callin’ to you like a long-lost friend / But I know who you are  …” – I feel as though I am there amongst the reeds and dark water and a blue sky overhead.

Roots-rock singer-songwriter Lauren Adams really puts the listener there and I think on her latest Americana release, Somewhere Else, she achieves a great deal over the course of these 12 tracks.

And while the material here skews more towards folk ballads, Adams is able to turn things up, as evidenced on the roadhouse rocker “We Try Harder,” which also features drummer/singer Lynn Coulter (known for his work with Rita Coolidge).

I enjoyed the lightheartedness of “Henry (From Saginaw, Michigan),” the second song I’ve ever heard featuring that Michigan city in the title of a song (the other being The Monkees’ “If I Ever Get To Saginaw Again,” sung by Michael Nesmith).

And while the early tracks have a certain appeal after repeated spins, it’s the aforementioned “Seminole Wind,” along with the back-of-the-album trakcs “Bayview Drive” and “National Cheer Up the Lonely Day” that showcase Lauren Adams at her best. 

http://www.reddirtreport.com/rustys-music/lauren-adams-takes-listeners-somewhere-else

Midwest Record

LAUREN ADAMS/Somewhere Else:

"Those of us that don't have ready access to LA are frequently amazed by Americana albums that come from otherwise ‘unheard' of performers that get just enough studio placements to keep it together nicely and chase the real stuff off the clock. Adams is a folk rocker right at the epicenter of that Americana movement and shows why she has the skills to be there. The kind of folk rock set that labels like Rounder used to excel at, it's way too organic to feel like it came from LA because heart and emotion are tattooed all over it. Another solid performer that needs to be discovered by the rest of the country. Well done throughout."

http://www.midwestrecord.com

The Daily Country

Lauren Adams began her musical career in 1978 and has since opened for Rita Coolidge and Leon Russell, among others; in addition, she is the founder of the ten-year long music series “The Americana Music Circle” in Los Angeles. On August 19th, the multi-instrumentalist released her latest album, Somewhere Else, a collection that brims with emotion in it’s twelve well-told narratives.

The album begins with the uplifting, harmony-filled “It Takes What It Takes” where she sings, “I won’t give into hate/I’ll fight for love’s sake.” That’s followed by the bluegrass-inspired “Somewhere Else” which, replete with mandolin and upright bass, deals with the realities of a break-up; the folk tale of “Henry (From Saginaw, MI), and “Heavy, Heavy Heart” where Adams’ warm-hearted, gentle vocals deliver the lyrics intimately, striking a chord.

The varied emotions that accompany relationships can be found on a triad of additional tunes: loneliness and yearning permeate the ballad “Miss You,” accepting the end of a relationship is the focus of “The Shoe Fits” while the waltz and accordion of “Oh Marie” tell the tale of a woman who “leads with her heart” and ends up getting hurt.
The album is rounded out by the rocking, playful duet “We Try Harder,” the 70’s feel of “Bayview Drive,” which details the passage of a family over time, and Adams’ rendition of the John Anderson classic, “Seminole Wind.”

If you’re looking for honest, emotional storytelling paired with lovingly sung lyrics and precisely played melodies that leave a mark, the only place to go is Somewhere Else.
http://thedailycountry.com/album--single-reviews/album-review-lauren-adams-somewhere-else

Americana Daily

Monday, August 1, 2016

VETERAN LOS ANGELES SONGWRITER LAUREN ADAMS RELEASES 'SOMEWHERE ELSE'

Lauren Adams began her musical career on the famed Troubadour stage in West Hollywood, CA in 1978 and hasn’t stopped moving since. Opening for such folks as Rita Coolidge and Leon Russell and sharing the stage and recording with LA stalwarts, Mark Pocket Goldberg, Dave Fraser, Ernest Troost amongst others, Adams is a multi-instrumentalist that finds her niche in the Americana and singer-songwriter world. And not only is she a performer, Adams founded and curated the 10 yearlong music series, “The Americana Music Circle” in Los Angeles.
 
Adams is a songwriter and at the heart of her music is a mix of Americana, folk, rock and roots.  Heartfelt and full of emotion, Adams always adds her sense of humor making the music also fun and upbeat.  “My knack is writing from the heart, melody, hooks and good guitar playing,” said Adams, “The next song is usually quite different from the last song you heard.”
On Somewhere Else she kicks it off with a twangy, Roy Orbison inspired number, “It Takes What it Takes” then moves to the title track, “Somewhere Else”.  Adams thought about the adage, ‘wherever you go, there you are’ and acknowledges “It’s the same with a relationship breakup.  It just feels like you need to be somewhere else to get over it, but that’s not true.”  The finger-picking style of the song is close to her heart and the with Luke Halpin adding some beautiful mandolin and Hank VanSickle on the upright bass, Lauren claims, “This is the closest to a bluegrass song that I’ve ever written.”
“Oh Marie” is a waltz that paints a sadly beautiful tale of a vulnerable woman and a cheating cad, that has Dave Frazer adding his amazing accordion.  Adams rocks out with “We Try Harder” a fun, raw song that has Lynn Coulter augmenting with vocals and drums and which Adams claims was inspired by “The old Avis rent-a-car slogan that kept banging around in my brain.” “Bay View Drive” is a positive song that documents a family’s passage through time and has the feel of 70’s AM radio.
Ending with the only cover on the album, “Seminole Wind” is a song written by John Anderson in the 1980’s that deals with the Seminole tribes in Florida, dealing with the loss of habitat.  It’s also a song that lets the band stretch out and rock with Coulter and Goldberg laying it down and Kirgo coming in hard on the guitar. 
Adams tells the story of how her musical yearnings came into being.  “I was about 8 years old and my mother took me to see a local high-school production of ‘The Music Man’.  As we were leaving, I started sobbing.  When Mom asked me why I was crying, I said, ‘I didn’t know you could do that!’—The orchestra, the actors, the tech people were all kids! That was the moment something came alive in me.”  Soon after, Adams’ parents brought home a little stereo and the 45” records started flowing in.
Lauren Adams writes from her own experiences whether it is an actual experience, a dream, an inspired photograph, or a slogan that sticks in her head.   “I think the stories are a little more intense on Somewhere Else, than any of my previous records, “ confided Adams.  “Lyricists enamor me.  I love how their stories touch me.  I always wanted to be one of the people on the 45 “records that I played over and over again as a child.” 
You can spin Somewhere Else over and over again after the release date of August 19th.
http://www.americanadaily.com/2016/08/veteran-los-angeles-songwriter-lauren.html

Press Release July 19th, 2016

VETERAN LOS ANGELES SONGWRITER LAUREN ADAMS RELEASES SOMEWHERE ELSE

A Collection Comprised of Vivid Stories with Deep Americana Roots 

 

Somewhere Else was co-produced by Adams and Nick Kirgo. At the heart of the album Lauren Adams, (guitar, vocal), Mark Pocket Goldberg (bass), Debra Dobkin (drums) and Kirgo (vocals, guitar)

Featuring Special Guests Luke Halpin, Grady Kinnoin, Tony Heimer, Gary Stockdale, McCoy Kirgo, Lynn Coulter, Dave Beyer, Hank VanSickle and David Sutton

 

Los Angeles, CA July 2016—Lauren Adams began her musical career on the famed Troubadour stage in West Hollywood, CA in 1978 and hasn’t stopped moving since.  Opening for such folks as Rita Coolidge and Leon Russell and sharing the stage and recording with LA stalwarts, Mark Pocket Goldberg, Dave Fraser, Ernest Troost amongst others, Adams is a multi-instrumentalist that finds her niche in the Americana and singer-songwriter world.  And not only is she a performer, Adams founded and curated the 10 yearlong music series, “The Americana Music Circle” in Los Angeles.  

Adams is a songwriter and at the heart of her music is a mix of Americana, folk, rock and roots.  Heartfelt and full of emotion, Adams always adds her sense of humor making the music also fun and upbeat.  “My knack is writing from the heart, melody, hooks and good guitar playing,” said Adams, “The next song is usually quite different from the last song you heard.” 

On Somewhere Else she kicks it off with a twangy, Roy Orbison inspired number, “It Takes What it Takes” then moves to the title track, “Somewhere Else”.   Adams thought about the adage, ‘wherever you go, there you are’ and acknowledges “It’s the same with a relationship breakup.  It just feels like you need to be somewhere else to get over it, but that’s not true.”  The finger-picking style of the song is close to her heart and the with Luke Halpin adding some beautiful mandolin and Hank VanSickle on the upright bass, Lauren claims, “This is the closest to a bluegrass song that I’ve ever written.” 

 “Oh Marie” is a waltz that paints a sadly beautiful tale of a vulnerable woman and a cheating cad, that has Dave Frazer adding his amazing accordion.  Adams rocks out with “We Try Harder” a fun, raw song that has Lynn Coulter augmenting with vocals and drums and which Adams claims was inspired by “The old Avis rent-a-car slogan that kept banging around in my brain.”    “Bay View Drive” is a positive song that documents a family’s passage through time and has the feel of 70’s AM radio. 

 Ending with the only cover on the album, “Seminole Wind” is a song written by John Anderson in the 1980’s that deals with the Seminole tribes in Florida, dealing with the loss of habitat.  It’s also a song that lets the band stretch out and rock with Coulter and Goldberg laying it down and Kirgo coming in hard on the guitar.  

 Adams tells the story of how her musical yearnings came into being.  “I was about 8 years old and my mother took me to see a local high-school production of ‘The Music Man’.  As we were leaving, I started sobbing.  When Mom asked me why I was crying, I said, ‘I didn’t know you could do that!’—The orchestra, the actors, the tech people were all kids! That was the moment something came alive in me.”  Soon after, Adams’ parents brought home a little stereo and the 45” records started flowing in. 

 Lauren Adams writes from her own experiences whether it is an actual experience, a dream, an inspired photograph, or a slogan that sticks in her head.   “I think the stories are a little more intense on Somewhere Else, than any of my previous records, “ confided Adams.  “Lyricists enamor me.  I love how their stories touch me.  I always wanted to be one of the people on the 45 “records that I played over and over again as a child.”  

 

You can spin Somewhere Else over and over again after the release date of July 19th.  

 

 

For More Information:  http://www.laurenadams.com/

 

Acoustic Americana Music Guide

. This is an all-star outfit, from superb songwriter / band leader LAUREN ADAMS to PHIL PARLAPIANO on keys and accordion and MARK “POCKET” GOLDBERG on bass. This is easily one of L.A.’s top ten electric Americana bands, and Lauren’s originals should be hit songs. 
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Their rendition of ERNEST TROOST’S “Evangeline” with Lauren’s vocals is powerful and compelling and very different from the classic blues ballad delivery that Ernest gives it. 
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Lauren’s song “Thirsty,” title track to one of her albums, evokes lost country & western, from a time before Nashville lost the western part and turned it all into dysfunctional relationship, red-state-trailer-park rock. 
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Each band member got a featured song, since all are singer-songwriters with solo albums and dozens of credits on records by big names. PHIL PARLAPIANO led the band in his original “Everything is Going My Way,” a song that should have been covered by a big Nashville star by now. We had to leave for the other stage before the rest of the band got their featured solos.
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Lauren found a Michigander in the crowd to receive the dedication of her song, “Henry from Saginaw Michigan.” It’s a solid honkytonker that should have ’em dancin’ at the Cowboy Palace.
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It was hard to run out halfway through their set. Be sure to catch LAUREN ADAMS when she performs in town, or at her monthly “Americana Song Circle” showcase at Genghis Cohen.

http://acousticamericana.blogspot.com

Country Stars Online

"Secret Heart" - Lauren Adams - Review Lauren Adams has A CD here that is infectious, the lyrics and sweet melodies along with some sweet slide work make you want to keep listening, a very well done recording. The opening track "Poor to Carry It" really is stoked with emotion, this slide just cuts to my heart, love the texture of her music. Produced by Nick Newell Kirgo, there are a lot of musicians from the LA scene on the disc. "Evangeline" is a very good ballad with an edge. Lauren's vocals have a slight rasp which work well with these earthy Americana songs.

This production has a quality about it that is realistic and not pro tooled. What I mean is what is there is there, Life is like that, it is real, I looked at a Blu Ray disc pic on a demo TV screen once and said to myself, this is too good to be real, it was beyond reality, Lauren has music like Alison Moorer that has an edge of reality to it.Another name that comes to mind is Kathleen Edwards, the Canadian alt/country gal.

"Smart Girl" is another outstanding song. These lyrics are about the tough realities of life, there are times that you need music that tells like it is. "Fear of Failing, Fear of Doing Too Well" , this song really is cerebral. " She was a smart girl, but she had it all wrong" Real nice guitar with some tremolo on it. "Everybody Else" is a song about the other people in life, some real nice harmonica and changing mid tempo rhythms. Real nice interaction with band members. Lots of influences in her music, country, folk, rock, a lot like Lucinda Williams style. Or another gal from out that way, Lisa Okane.

"Thirsty" has a more acoustic sound, her vocals are more pure on this folksy ,alt/country song. Wow, what lyrics!!! That slide player is excellent, he plays with such emotion, such great tone and sustain. She goes up a bit in the middle of the song, (this is good). Oh, I'm just grooving, the music is so good on it's own, the instrument tones are awesome. "Can you pour yourself in, seep under my skin" I'm not familiar with these guitar players, but they sure are beyond good. This song has a special intimacy about it.

"Secret Heart" , the title track has a bit more of a rock sound to it. . This song was written for an independent film. More background vocals on this song. The guitars take on another sound this track, lots of sustain on the fills. Nice organ parts on the song. Lauren tours in the Us and Europe promoting her music. This is a disc to check out. www.LaurenAdams.com

For the website article go to http://www.countrystarsonline.com/CSO/reviewarchives/2008/LaurenAdams_JM.htm

http://www.countrystarsonline.com/CSO/reviewarchives/2008/LaurenAdams_JM.htm

TAKE BACK COUNTRY MAGAZINE

"One listen and I was hooked. Superb, intelligent, thought-provoking songs. Real songs for real people wrapped in melodies that, promise to capture, inspire and pull the listener in again and again. Songwriters of Lauren Adams' level are few and far between. "Secret Heart" not only begs to be heard, it deserves it!"

Laurie Joulie Take Country Back Magazine

Miami Herald

Sun, Jul. 09, 2006 PLANTATION Singer follows her dream to big screen From humble beginnings at Nova High, a local musician found her way to the Southern California music scene and the silver screen. BY JULIE LEVIN Special to The Miami Herald Even as a child growing up in Plantation, Lauren Adams knew she wanted to make music for others. For the first time, moviegoing audiences everywhere are getting a chance to hear Adams sing. Her song, Thirsty, is on the soundtrack of a new movie starring Nick Nolte, Peaceful Warrior. The film was released by Lion's Gate June 2. ''It's not just white noise in the background. You can definitely hear it,'' said Adams, who now lives in Southern California. ``I was thrilled.'' The movie is the first real national exposure for the singer/songwriter, who has maintained a lifelong devotion to music and performing. From her early days at Nova High School learning the clarinet, Adams has been a mainstay in the Los Angeles songwriting community for nearly 25 years. She produces and hosts The Americana Music Circle, a live monthly show at Kulak's Woodshed in Hollywood, Calif., that features both local and touring acts. She also produces the Spud Film and Music Festival and is managing director of the Performing Songwriter's Boot Camp in Driggs, Idaho, every summer. Then there is her own music, categorized as ''Americana,'' which Adams says is a fusion of country, folk, rock and blues. She released her debut CD, Here Tonight, in 1999. Her follow-up, Thirsty, came in 2001. It includes a song called Sunshine State, a tribute to South Florida. She writes about the Everglades, South Beach, walking on the beach and eating local delicacies. ''It's a remembrance of growing up there in the '70s,'' said Adams, who returns to South Florida several times a year to visit family and friends. Her mother still lives in Plantation, in the house where Lauren grew up. Born at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Adams graduated from Nova High in 1973. ''There was lots of great fishing and stuff to do as a kid. It was beautiful,'' she said. A marriage and a desire to pursue her music career led her to Los Angeles. ''I wanted to be out here where it was happening,'' she said. Her music came close to landing on several other soundtracks but always ended up on the cutting room floor in the end. Through a friend who is a film editor, director Victor Salva heard Thirsty and found a place for it in the film. The song, which she co-wrote with Matthew Mars and actor Richard Masur, plays on a jukebox during a quiet bar scene. ''I have no idea what they even said in the scene,'' Adams said, laughing. ``I was only listening to the song.'' Despite her brush with Hollywood, Adams says her career has never been about commercial success but making the music she loves. She is in the process of finishing her latest, still untitled CD, which she hopes to take on the road. ''I get to play and people enjoy it and they buy my CDs, so that's really all I need for reinforcement,'' she said. For information and to hear Adams' music, visit wwwlaurenadams.com.

http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/local/states/florida/counties/broward_county/cities_neighborhoods/plantation_sunrise/14982696.htm

Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinele

Lauren Adams' "Here Tonight" Review The Ft. Lauderdale News "...Adams roams the continent musically. You'll find her exploring the well-worn American inland where folk, blues and gospel predominate.....Adams aptly describes the gorgeous, dobro-laced El Milagro as a "rollin', drivin" song....a husky voice admits to disappointment but tough guitar strokes and bright piano convey the strength to survive." -Sean Piccoli - Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel 

Fan Base

These are from my beautiful fans. I sent them all a new song "Secret Heart" and here are their reactions to it: “LA LOVED YOUR SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HOPE YOU SELL A ZILLION.” Best, MB “Lauren, I fuckin love it. Love the words, your voice. I hope that it's a huge hit my love.” Francene “Beautiful!!! Thanks for sending it!” Jon “Congrats!!!! It's great! I downloaded!” xoxo,Louisette “secret heart is just so, so good, Lauren... great lyric, and you know how I love those pipes of yours... raja” “Tina and I loved it. She thought it sounded a little like Amy Mann. I thought it had just a pinch of a Beatles-esque quality. You sound great!!” Kevin “Great song! Can't wait for the CD and "Peaceful Warrior" to come out.” Steve “Wow, sounds good! I love the changes in the b part. Very pretty vocal.” Eleanor Lauren!!! “LOVE it!!!! It sounds soooooo great!!! I am gonna listen again and again!” Love, Jenn “Your songwriting just keeps getting better and better... Well done.” Jason

Red Haired Girl Publicity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 12, 2007 CALIFORNIA AMERICANA/ROOTS ROCK SINGER-SONGWRITER, LAUREN ADAMS TO HOLD CD PRE-RELEASE PARTY FOR “SECRET HEART” AT MOLLY MALONE’S AND WILL PLAY ON KCSN-FM RADIO IN OCTOBER Los Angeles, CA: Independent singer-songwriter Lauren Adams will host a pre-release party for her latest CD “Secret Heart”. The no cover event will be on October 13, 2007 at Molly Malone’s Pub in Los Angeles, running from 7:30-9:00PM PST. Lauren has been a vital part of the L.A. music scene, currently produces and hosts the monthly show, The Americana Music Circle, held at Kulak’s Woodshed in Los Angeles, CA and chose to release her latest album, “Secret Heart” in her hometown before it will be distributed worldwide. She chose to hold this special party in honor of the loyal fans who pre-ordered “Secret Heart” to help finance production and manufacturing costs for the CD. Adams has found the generosity and unwavering support of her fans staggering, and wants to express her heartfelt gratitude at this celebration. Come out for this talent packed show! “Secret Heart” is already garnering much attention from the music industry. With the stellar musicianship on the CD, it's no secret as to why. Produced by guitar veteran Nick Newell Kirgo, the album is a virtual who’s who of the L.A. music scene. Kirgo and Adams provide extraordinary guitar work along with the likes of David Sutton (Lucinda Williams, Tracy Chapman) laying down bass, Gary Mallaber (Steve Miller Band, Eddie Money, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen) and Lynn "skins" Coulter (Rita Coolidge) manning the drums, John “JT” Thomas (Bruce Hornsby) rounding things out on keyboards, and Jesse Valenzuela (Gin Blossoms) on harmonica. “You'll find her exploring the well-worn American inland where folk, blues and gospel predominate . . . a husky voice admits to disappointment, but tough guitar strokes and bright piano convey the strength to survive.” -Sean Piccoli, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel Lauren Adams just received two honorable mentions at this year’s International Songwriting Competition for both “Thirsty” and “Secret Heart”. “Thirsty” was also recently featured in the Lion's Gate movie, Peaceful Warrior, starring Nick Nolte. The "Secret Heart" track was written exclusively for an improvised film in the works, The Canvas. Adams is actively involved in raising money for local charitable organizations including, Children of the Night (rescues runaway teens in Hollywood) and Hep C Aware (Hepatitis C awareness group), and benefits for fellow musicians in need of health care just to name a few. On October 6th, tune in at 8:00AM PST to hear Lauren on KCSN-88.5FM in L.A. during Larry Wine’s “Tied to the Tracks” radio show. The show will also stream live on their website at: www.kcsn.org Her U.S. & European tours are scheduled for early 2008 to coincide with the official release of the new album, “Secret Heart”. Advance copies of the Lauren Adams CD, “Secret Heart” will soon be available for purchase at CD Baby, iTunes, Yahoo Music, Best Buy, Rhapsody, MSN Music, and DigStation. CONTACT INFORMATION For more reviews, tour dates and music clips, log onto www.LaurenAdams.com www.myspace.com/LaurenAdams101 VENUE / DIRECTIONS: Molly Malone’s Pub 575 South Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036 323-935-1577 www.MollyMalonesLA.com MEDIA / PRESS RELATIONS: Liz Winchester Red Haired Girl Publicity 484-221-1026 Phone RHGpublicity@yahoo.com Email OTHER LINKS: Americana Music Circle at Kulak’s Woodshed (Los Angeles, CA) www.AmericanaMusicCircle.com Berklee College of Music www.Berklee.edu CD Baby www.CDbaby.com Children of the Night www.ChildrenOfTheNight.org DigStation www.DigStation.com Hep C Aware www.HepCAware.org International Songwriting Competition www.songwritingcompetition.com Kulak's Woodshed www.kulakswoodshed.com Lion’s Gate Entertainment www.LionsGate.com

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