Toby Lightman's new independently released album, Let Go follows her two Atlantic Records releases, 2004's Little Things and 2006's Bird on a Wire. She's toured the country extensively, having appeared with such artists as James Blunt, Gavin DeGraw, Jewel, Rob Thomas, and on one memorable evening, Prince. USA Today wrote: "No small talent, Toby Lightman continues to shine a light on her knack for making rich, soulful pop." tobylightman.com.
Lucy Woodward is... hot and bothered, and that's the name of her sensational new album out now exclusively at Barnes & Noble stores nationwide. Billboard said the award-winning songwriter "boasts staggering versatility—a sonic turnstile that flips through dreamy pop, jazz, and bluesy bebop." lucywoodward.com.
Say hello to Boston native Rachel Platten. The Boston Globe called Rachel's first release "breathtaking, brilliant, [with] beautifully crafted lyrics," and the Village Voice praised a recent show, claiming "Rachel's got it all—she'll fill your indie sweet tooth and top it off with a heaping dose of blue-eyed soul." myspace.com/rachelplattenband.