A flamin' haired country-rocker who's Southern in spirit but not yet in zip code, Lucie Tiger is becoming known as a unique songwriter and artist to watch. Lucie’s music stands out amongst the country music crowd. Her original songs blend truth with hope along with buried treasure in her lyrics for those searching out Lucie's inspirations. They're classic country-rock with a modern voice, coloured with a hefty dose of good old Americana charm and subtle hallmarks of the Blues.
Following two USA tours (playing shows in Chicago, Nashville, Memphis, Clarksdale and New Orleans) and two EP releases, 2021 started off on an exceptional note with Lucie’s song ‘Gasoline’ winning Best Country Blues Song at the 2021 Tamworth Songwriting Association Awards announced in January.
Lucie’s first single for 2021, ‘Found My Home’, received notable acclaim in February, reaching #20 on the Music Network CountryTown Hot 50 chart and spent 13 weeks on the Nashville Music Row Breakout Top 80 Chart, reaching #50 - a great achievement for an independent debut single to radio on a chart populated by established artists on major labels. 'Do Me Right' peaked at #36 on the Australian Radio CountryTown Hot 50 chart and 'Midnight Goodbye' reached #34 on the same chart, as well as rising to #68 on the Music Row Country Breakout chart and being one of the 'Most Added' singles to country radio in its impact week.
Lucie Tiger’s new release ‘Right Next To You’ also features Lucie on vocals and acoustic guitar plus the Muscle Shoals talents of Bob Wray on bass (Ray Charles), Will McFarlane on lead guitar and slide (Bonnie Raitt) and Justin Holder on drums (Jason Isbell). Produced by John Gifford III and mastered by Don Srygley (GRAMMY nominees for Gregg Allman’s final album ‘Southern Blood’), 'Right Next To You' hits the airwaves on February 4. Following the release, Lucie will be returning Stateside for her third USA tour in April/May of 2022.