Lonely House Lucy Yeghiazaryan

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2023

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
24.02.2023

Label: La Reserve Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Vocal

Interpret: Lucy Yeghiazaryan

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  • 1Only the Lonely03:12
  • 2It's so Peaceful in the Country04:01
  • 3Lonely House04:45
  • 4Ill Wind04:17
  • 5Deep in a Dream03:18
  • 6Lonely Town03:50
  • 7There's a Lull in My Life03:31
  • 8Easy Street03:55
  • 9The Sounds Around the House04:43
  • 10Cottage for Sale04:13
  • 11By Myself01:17
  • Total Runtime41:02

Info zu Lonely House

Jazz vocalist Lucy Yeghiazaryan‘s third album Lonely House will be released on February 24 via LaReserve Records. The theme of loneliness in the album emerged when Yeghiazaryan spent time with his legendary saxophonist husband, Grant Stewart, singing and playing at the piano in their home, perhaps in the loneliest period of New York’s history. They produce a repertoire of classical and calm compositions that appeal to the complex emotions of the present moment.

In the album, there are adaptations of songs with the theme of loneliness, consisting of 11 songs in total, such as Only The Lonely, Lonely Town, Be Myself, as well as the Kurt Weill composition Lonely House.

The timeless compositions, singed by Yeghiazaryan’s with her peaceful unique articulation, were recorded at Rudy van Gelder in February 2022 with the calm accompaniment of pianist Michael Kanan.

A recording that will be enjoyed by music lovers who enjoy quiet vocal and piano duets.

Lucy Yeghiazaryan, vocals




Lucy Yeghiazaryan
is an American Armenian vocalist who has become a leading voice in American straight-ahead jazz by bringing the real richness of her heritage together with her love for the ultimate American artform. She is a recipient of grants from the Doris Duke Foundation, Chamber Music America and the New York Foundation for the Arts. She has shared the stage with Harold Mabern, Houston Person, Grant Stewart, Terell Stafford, Bernadette Peters, Arto Tuncboyaijian and many more. She regularly works with the Emmet Cohen trio and can be found performing in and outside of The United States with regular appearances at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Birdland, Mezzrow, Symphony Space and more. She was a top ten finalist in the 2015 Thelonious Monk Competition and holds a degree in World History in addition to being a skilled classical violinist. Her debut album, Blue Heaven, was released in 2019 on Cellar Live Records and was followed by the album In Her Words on La_Reserve Records in 2021 which was sponsored by The Women's Fund of NYFA. Her third album, Lonely House will be released in late 2022.

Lucy Yeghiazaryan grew up in post-Soviet Armenia and began listening to her father's once-contraband collection of jazz records at a young age. Electricity was intermittent so these listening sessions were rare but the collection of standards so captivated young Lucy that years before she ever learned to speak English, she began singing the tunes meticulously mimicking the sounds and styles of the likes of Ella and Sarah Vaughan.

Economic hardships eventually forced the family to immigrate to America in 2002. Yeghiazaryan brought her passion for jazz to the States, where she applied for and received a full scholarship to NJPAC's Jazz for Teens Program and happily became part of the local jazz community. After graduating college, Lucy moved to New York City in 2015 to pursue a career as a singer, and in a few short years she has won the respect and accolades of the elders at the epicenter of the jazz world.



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