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We have had our new album played and featured on many radio stations, playlists and magazines, including twice CBC radio Saturday Night Jazz with Laila Biali, Ici Musique Radio Canada, Saturday Night Jazz, twice on Jazz Fm, Jazz Today, Sorties Jazz Nights! Syncopated Times, Rimouski Jazz, Accordion Noir Radio, Lushlife, Women in Jazz Media, Canadian Beats, V13 Magazine and Mcgill University radio's Morning After Show, and been #1 on the CJSW Jazz Charts.

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Sorties Jazz Nights!:
''Lucy Lambert sings very well... Have confidence in Lucy Lambert's Violet Drift. It will illuminate your night.''


Canadian Beats:

“The album showcases the creative possibilities within jazz and shows that pushing boundaries outside of the norm is the way to success.”

The Syncopated Times:

''Lucy Lambert's vocals fit remarkably well with what she's going for in this expressive traditional jazz album. Audiences, especially in a live setting, will be moved... I thoroughly enjoyed this creative album and I encourage everyone to listen.''

Lucy Lambert is a jazz accordionist, jazz singer, violinist, and multi-instrumentalist. Lucy's singing is influenced by the great vocalists of early jazz music. Her unique voice is often compared to jazz singers such as Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, and Amy Winehouse,


She is a self taught jazz musician who focusses on jazz accordion, singing, and violin, though also plays piano, cello and guitar.


She came to jazz accordion through several years of playing in the street with different jazz bands as a travelling street performer, busking her way through Europe, East Asia and the United States, before moving to Montreal and performing and recording with various jazz and swing groups at many notorious venues such as Le Verre Boutelle, Quai Des Brumes, la Casona, and for swing dance schools and other. She also lived in New Orleans was influenced by jazz and early American music.

She has a BFA in painting from Concordia University and a background in professional dance training, performance art, theatre, creative writing and flamenco dance, which she studied for years including 3 months in Granada for advanced intensives while performing as a musician.

Lucy est une musicienne autodidacte qui se concentre sur l’accordéon jazz, le chant et le violon. 

Elle est venue à l’accordéon jazz après plusieurs années à jouer dans la rue avec différents groupes de jazz en tant qu’artiste de rue itinérante, faisant du bus à travers l’Europe, l’Asie de l’Est et les États-Unis, avant de déménager à Montréal et de se produire et d’enregistrer avec divers groupes de jazz et de swing dans de nombreux lieux notoires tels que Le Verre Boutelle,  Quai Des Brumes, la Casona, et pour les écoles de danse swing et autres. Elle a également vécu à la Nouvelle-Orléans et a été influencée par le jazz et la musique américaine.

Elle détient également un baccalauréat en peinture de l’Université Concordia et une formation en danse professionnelle, en art de la performance, en théâtre, en création littéraire et en danse flamenco.