TurnStyle Music Group Presents
Natalie Jude, Laura Ganci
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Joshua Louis was born and raised in the picturesque mountains of Virginia. The youngest of five children, Joshua always commanded a presence in the spotlight – a true entertainer from the start! Joshua has a zeal for music and began mastering the piano at a young age, and for a brief stint experimented with the trumpet and French horn.
Joshua studied all genres of music through grade school and college, and has trained in both classical and contemporary piano.
He began his performance career in church at the age of 14 and was leading the church choir in music and song by the age of 17! It wasn’t until Joshua won an audition to perform at his high school graduation that he found himself singing for the very first time in front of a very large audience. It was at that precise moment, in front of thousands of people, that Joshua became enlightened to his yearning to be a performer.
While at Virginia Tech, Joshua continued his endeavors in music, headlining as an entertainer at various venues. His performances have always showcased his original songs, which come from the heart of a soulful artist.
Currently residing on the scenic shore of Jersey City, this singer/songwriter, pianist and board-certified Veterinary Oncologist (oh yes, he is a cancer doctor for animals!...), derives inspiration from everyday life to create melodies that are both tangible and touching.
Although Joshua (Dr. Joshua!) currently works as an Oncologist at BluePearl Veterinary Partners (NYC Veterinary Specialists) in New York City, he also aspires to become an accomplished artist in the music industry. Joshua has a strong drive and passion for life, as evidenced by his noteworthy accomplishments.
Joshua has worked with Producers Ted Cruz (Instant Culture Music) and Dennis Michael Keefe (Tumble Dry Music).
Natalie is a graduate of New York University with a degree in Music Education. She works for a non-profit organization in Manhattan and lives in New Jersey. Natalie has played at many venues in the New York Metropolitan area and is a regular at the Studio 12 Open Mic in Montclair NJ. She is currently producing her first record The Infinite Love EP with producer Nat Webb of the band Talking to Walls.
Hearing Laura Ganci for the first time is something you will not soon forget. In a style best described as a fusion of folk, rock and blues, flux with melancholia, this talented singer/songwriter possesses a combination of poetic artistry and creative exuberance. Her sources of inspiration extend into her interests in music. Raised in Hartford, she studied fine art at Massachusetts College of Art and Hartford Art School while honing her musical skills in coffeehouses and indie rock venues throughout Connecticut, Boston, and New York City. Without brooding, she bears her soul to listeners, yet remains transparent enough for the audience to identify with her stories of heartbreak, loss, and reflection. In 2008, she wrapped up production of her independently released debut album titled "Sung To", which incorporates twelve tracks that she wrote, sang and played at Monster Lab Studio in New Britain, CT. Several seasoned local musicians accompanied her on all twelve tracks including organist Matt Zeiner, Dan Prindle of RANE on cello, and guitarist Fuzz of Deep Banana Blackout, among many others. While some of her influences can be readily recognized at first listen, others run deeper and are more equivocal. She is the perfect amalgam of the girl next door, and the wise and road-weary gypsy with the weight of the world upon her shoulders. Her songs are honest and soulful. Her approach is haunting and ephemeral. Laura is currently writing and demoing tracks for a follow-up release which is shaping up to be a much more bare-bones and raw collection of recordings, where both her vulnerability and vernacular will take center-stage.
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