About Laura Warshauer
Legendary Producer and Geffen A&R Executive Thom Panunzio has finished 4 tracks for Laura’s release plus a cover of The Runaway’s Song "Little Lost Girls" for their Sandy West Tribute Album. WBJB in New Jersey is sponsoring this project.
Her website can be reached at laurawmusic.com directy
Roy Bittan (E Street Band) played keyboards on 3 songs.
Kenny Aronoff (John Fogerty, Smashing Pumpkins, John Mellencamp) played percussion on "Little Lost Girls".
Laura recently received the first ever Buddy Holly Singer/Songwriter of the Year Award from the Songwriter’s Hall Of Fame and Songmasters.
BMI chose Laura to perform at the 2010 Martha’s Vineyard Songwriter’s Festival, where legendary Nashville producer/writer Keith Stegall commented to her after the performance; "You can stop time"!!
Jay Z commented "You are fantastically talented"
Laura’s song "Tonight Tonight" has been licensed to Comcast TV Network and recently aired on The Style Network’s show; How Do I Look."
Exclusive interviews and archived footage from Laura’s most recent series of recording sessions was filmed by Michael Lynn (Producer of E! True Hollywood Story).
Laura is a featured blogger with music industry site, The Comet, newly launched by Tamara Conniff (former editor-in-chief of Billboard).
Laura works closely with Women Against Abuse, an organization that helps victims of domestic violence. She composed and performed a song entilted "My Fault" at the 2010 ipledge press conference alongside keynote speaker; Mayor Michael Nutter.
Rob Whited- touring percussionist/drum tech, and Bobby Lee Parker- side stage guitar player and guitar tech for The Killers are now members of Laura’s Band, with Steve Bonacci on bass.
"I Love You Mr Grinch," A song Laura wrote specifically for the holiday season premiered on Mashable.com and was featured on Pop Culture Madness, The Comet, and many other sites..
Jerry Lima/ Monterey International is booking Laura.
Ray Waddell (Billboard) asked Laura to be on the DIY (do it yourself-touring) panel at the Billboard Emerging Artist Conference, after she performed there.
"Tonight Tonight" featured on Jonathan Clarke’s new music hour on Q104.3 New York.
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