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Laurie Biagini

Laurie Biagini (Bee-Ah-Genie) is a songwriter-singer from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, whose music would appeal to fans of 1960’s California sunshine pop. Her sound and compositions have been compared to The Beach Boys, The Mamas and the Papas, Carol King, The Carpenters, and Jackie DeShannon. Her main influences include these artists along with The Beatles, The Byrds, The Monkees, The Turtles, and Jan & Dean.
Laurie has played piano by ear since age five, alongside ten years of classical piano training. She only started writing music in August 2006, after writing her first song which came to her with music and lyrics simultaneously one afternoon as she was commuting home from work. Since then, she has completed and released four albums:
“Ridin’ the Wave” (November 2008)
“A Far-Out Place” (March 2010)
“A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World” (November 2011)
"Sanctuary of Sound" (May 8, 2013).
Almost all of Laurie’s songs have been written, composed, performed and recorded by herself, with the exception of a few songs from her third and fourth albums which featured guest vocals, guitar tracks and lyrics.
Laurie is currently in production of her fifth album "Stranger In The Mirror" (release date TBA).