New York native Lauren Moscato is a Memphis-made singer/songwriter, in every sense of the genre. Having a background of classical and jazz training, Moscato discovered from a young age how to adapt her vocal and songwriting abilities to a range of genres, from jazz, pop, soul, and classical. Lauren’s emotionally charged lyrics reflect her experiences of living hard times, moving from state-to-state, and upbringing in a ministerial home. Being viewed in the fish bowl lens of a pastor’s daughter left Lauren wanting to stay out of the limelight, but her passion for music was, and still is, apparent and undeniable She writes not only to draw these emotions out, but to share lessons learned that all will find relatable. The flexibility of her compositions draws her a likeness to other artists including Sara Bareilles, Fiona Apple, and Norah Jones.
- Bouke Willem Hollinga