National recording artist Lucinda will be the featured performer at the Music Sales Corporation performance area at the NAMM show 2007 from 4-5 PM PST on January 18, 19, 20, and 21 at the Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
"The NAMM Show is like the Holy Grail for musicians,” enthuses Lucinda. “I am honored to perform for the third year in a row and be part of the talent presented at NAMM '07. I am privileged to be representing Music Sales Corporation with daily performances at their performance space on the convention floor. I am very grateful for their support of my music."
Lucinda will be joined by guitarist Michael Connolly and bassist David Jayne for her NAMM performances. Later in the month, on January 27th, she will appear as part of the prestigious OS Art House original sessions series in New York City.
Lucinda recently celebrated the release of her new CD Aquamarine. With a voice as strong as any female singer of today, Lucinda says she's not trying to out-diva the likes of Christina Aguilera, Beyonce’, Jessica Simpson, Paris Hilton, Mariah Carey, or Janet Jackson. Instead, she hopes to capture the hearts and ears of a sophisticated adult audience that is into Shawn Colvin, Carly Simon, Bonnie Raitt, and Sheryl Crow.
A portion of the sales of Lucinda's new CD Aquamarine will go to LIFEbeat, 'The Music Industry Fights AIDS.' Lucinda is a proud volunteer in LIFEbeat's Hearts and Voices program. According to the organization's website, 'Lifebeat's Hearts and Voices program brings the gift of live music to thousands of people living with AIDS at facilities throughout New York City including hospitals, hospices, residential facilities, and treatment centers. Every week, talented musicians from all musical genres volunteer their time to play shows for the most appreciative of audiences…Celebrity performers who have participated include Destiny's Child, LL Cool J, Edwin McCain, Jewel, Ethan Hawke, City High, John Secada, and Floetry, among others.' On October 3, 2006, Lucinda received an Outstanding Service Award for her work with the organization.