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Lucrezio
  • Artist: Lucrezio
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479932304
  • Item #: 1382894X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 11/7/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Lucrezio on CD

What began as the soulful, piano-driven ballads of singer/songwriter, Jennifer Lucrezio, has now been transformed into an intense expression of robust passion, cultivated from the creativity that erupts when these humble creations are turned into the hands of a full band. Beginning her journey onto the road as an independent musician, Jennifer first brought her aspirations as a musician onto the Chicago music scene in the fall of 2006. Though not knowing a soul in the city of Chicago, she somehow found herself connecting with a few individuals willing to take what she had created on her piano, and bring to it the intensity of the guitar, played by Jordan Bumgarner, the depth of the bass, played by Peter Cisneros, and the drive of the drums, played by Dave Fowler. Having only begun combining each one's talents in the summer of 2007, the formation of these four into LUCREZIO has already found itself playing at Chicago venues such as The Elbo Room, Uncommon Ground, Beat Kitchen, and numerous events throughout Chicagoland. Though these original ballads have found themselves intensely expanded upon from what Jennifer's fans already know, the inspired lyrics remain, and are indeed encouraged by the new sound that drives each word .... 'a sound to express who we are and words to relfect who we are becoming. For if when we play the heart of the individual is touched, if we can speak words that resound with familiarity, if we can make people feel alive and drive them to search for more than what they know, then the music has spoken and we have done what we were born to do.'