“70's vibed Indie Art Rock: Earworm Melodies over ornate arrangements”

Julie Lamb is all class, more sass and hysterical "funnerisms" wrapped in one feisty package. Hailing from Wellington NZ, by day she is the Principal of Julie Lamb and Associates but by night she is the lead singer/songwriter for The Julie Lamb band. Having dabbled in various musical styles and bands for "mumble" years (acts include Joplin covers band "Channeling Janis" and "10dd", an accapella 12 piece troupe that sings 10cc numbers), performing has always been her outlet for expression, a way to connect with others on the same wavelength. But it is the original material that brings this driven diva to life.

"Every song carries a unique edge that sets it apart from the standard rock fodder lurking on every corner" Martyn Pepperell, Fishhead magazine.

Julie painstakingly crafts each arrangement and surrounds herself with musicians who have the expertise to color the final form, the core of whom tend to be Andrew Richardson (drums), Callum Hazlitt-Black (bass) and Dave Hadley (guitar). The success of sophomore album Tripping The Light Fantastic is her best yet, garnering international airplay in Canada, USA, UK and Europe and having songs selected for global compilations: Jack and Jill No. 20 and Acid Tapes in Australia, 1st Renaissance in the UK and Indie Music Bus Favourites in the USA. The album also led to Julie being named TalentCast Artist of the week in the Netherlands (twice), featured artist on both Rocker's Dive Radio NY and Reverbnation and silver medals from the Beat100 A&R team for her "Waterproof" music video. Not one to rest on her laurels, Julie and the lads are fresh from the studio so keep an eye out for the follow-up album.

"If you can, catch Julie Lamb live" John Shearer,

Does the thought of whimsical, rock-tinged music with lyrical twists to "keep you on your toes" ignite your curiosity? Are you a fan of mischief, laughter and layers of musicality delivered by an 11-piece ensemble of fun loving musicians? Then make it your mission to experience the Julie Lamb Band live, up close and personal.

 "There is nothing more astounding than actually getting to play the works with great musicians to a fabulous audience. And laughing - laughter is just right!" Julie Lamb

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“@evesdadisbest: Unassuming and Quiet -but what a Talent !
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@FrankieLamb” thanks Jim - but what about YOU, young feller me lad!
We had a PRACTICE! In which we wrote a new song, studied up on some arrangements and LAUGHED AND LAUGHED AND LAUGHED! Getting ready for the Fabulous Island Bay Festival on the 15th February - Weather be Grand, Please!?
There's just something awesome about @RadioKC @lisatagaloa @RockersDive @muzicnz @JGrabietz70 @roberto_baggins @IndieMusicBus #FollowThem!!
This Guy! I just had a message from him ..."Idle may go into recess on Friday, but I'll still be playing Julie Lamb music on radio." I thanked him with a picture of a bear with a heart balloon - to which he replied... "It's a good album Julie - deserves all the airplay it can get. And feel free to quote me on that..." so I am. With thanks!
Phil O’Brien returned to New Zealand radio after a lengthy broadcasting career in Australia and the United States. He’s been a part of Radio New Zealand National since 2002 as an occasional newsreader and a midnight-dawn host. He started Radio New Zealand National’s summer schedule feature music sho…
Thanks for the ups, Middle Tennessee Music Some good and some bad review bits - just like the rest of life really, eh!? The song - Clouds Cried Red, they loved the horns - Yeyar!! Go give the Mid Ten Google channel a bit of subscribe love! They do awesome things! And thanks again Mid Tenn!!
Stone Baby With the song: If We Were Young Website: h song was recorded live on a Saturday morning with ...
Posted a new photo: "The way it makes me feel.... "
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Showing off - bragging rights - skiting - lookit us lookit us - ARE YOU LOOKITING? - Squeeeeee - grandstand - showboat - #BlowOurOwnHorn