Award-winning retro jazz vocalist Laura Ainsworth has the Great American Songbook in her DNA, having grown up as the daughter of renowned big band sax/clarinet master/singer/arranger Billy Ainsworth. She is known for her smooth, sultry, three-octave voice; her red hair, elegant gowns and saucy sense of humor; and for putting fresh spins on both standards and long overlooked midcentury songs. She recently released the best-of compilation "Top Shelf" on vinyl and CD, and her fourth album of new studio material, a collection of fan requests called "You Asked For It." It features her lounge jazz reinvention of "Goldfinger," which also has a film noir-themed video that is receiving worldwide play on music video shows and streaming services.
Member of Indie Collaborative, Artists Music Guild and NARAS. Grammy Award voter. Rescuer of parrots and lost midcentury songs.
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