National Recording Artists
Lucinda Rowe and Michael Connolly
With heartfelt lyrics, strong and memorable pop and rock melodies, and an undeniable stage presence, Lucinda Rowe and Michael Connolly have captured a loyal audience all over the United States. Embraced by commercial and independent radio, their original music has met with notoriety through-out the country. Whether as an acoustic duo or with a full band, Lucinda and Michael have performed with or opened for many well-known artists such as Pat Benatar, Eddie Money, Patty Smythe and Scandal, Tony Bennett, KC and The Sunshine Band, Stevie Nicks, The Guess Who, The Monkees, The Georgia Satellites, Sophie B. Hawkins and numerous others. Recent tours have taken them to the Gulf Coast of Florida and Alabama, Key West, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York and Boston. Their last radio single was a National Top 20 hit and two new singles will be released in January 2014.
Their original music has been followed by many and both are award winning songwriters with awards and showcases from the Songwriters Hall of Fame and National Academy of Popular Music in New York City. Additionally, Lucinda and Michael have received five Humanitarian Awards for their musical endeavors performing for people and families affected by or living with HIV and AIDS.
Lucinda was named "Best Female Vocalist" by Cameo Broadcasting's "Songwriters Network" 6 years in a row and has sold over 65,000 CD's literally from the "trunk of her car". The New York Times stated "Lucinda is this generations Karen Carpenter".
Lucinda and Michael believe in making fans "one person at a time" performing over 250 shows a year.
Lucinda Rowe (Vox/Guitar/Congas),
Michael Connolly (Vox/Guitar)