After fifteen years, awarding-winning Canadian singer songwriter Laura Smith triumphantly emerges from the studio with “Everything Is Moving”
The new album was produced by Laura and Paul Mills and features a mix of original and Celtic traditional songs. Among the musicians accompanying Laura are famed Celtic guitarist Tony McManus, pianist John Sheard, bassist David Woodhead and Guido Basso on flugelhorn.
Laura Smith has won ECMAs, a Gemini Award in 1995, and her song “Shade Of Your Love” was one of the most played Adult Contemporary songs in Canada.
However, these highs were followed by a series of debilitating accidents which manifested in chronic pain. She disappeared from the music scene for some years, but in 2010, after overcoming her dependency on prescription drugs through the adoption of non-narcotic pain treatment therapies, she was able to concentrate on her return to the stage. Her recovery story was featured in a radio documentary called “The Blues And I: The Story of Laura Smith” which aired on CBC Radio One programme, “The Current” in February 2011.
Laura is back with some great new music. BRAVO LAURA!