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Laurie Biagini is a songwriter/singer from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, whose music would appeal to fans of 1960’s California sunshine pop. Her sound and compositions have been compared to The Beach Boys, The Mamas and the Papas, and Jackie DeShannon. Her main influences include these artists along with The Beatles, The Byrds, The Monkees, The Turtles, and Jan & Dean.

Laurie has played piano by ear since age five, alongside ten years of classical piano training. She only started writing music in August 2006, after writing her first song which came to her with music and lyrics simultaneously one afternoon as she was commuting home from work. Since then, she has completed and released three albums: “Ridin’ the Wave” (released November 2008), “A Far-Out Place” (released March 2010), and “A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World” (released November 2011). She is currently in production of her 4th album, "Sanctuary of Sound" which has an estimated release of early 2013.

All of Laurie’s songs have been written, composed, performed and recorded by herself, with the exception of a handful of songs from“A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World. This most recent album featured some guitar tracks from Fabrizio Serrecchia (Italy) and Peter Hackett (UK), lyrics on one track from Elaine McAfee Bender (USA), and one track with lyrics cowritten with Maxi Dunn (UK) and performed together as a duet.


The albums have received positive reviews from numerous publications in the Powerpop Community. Some other highlights:

All three CD’s placed in the top 50 of David Bash’s (of International Pop Overthrow fame) year-end best album lists.
“A Far-Out Place” and “A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World” chosen in the 10 Best CD’s of the year (2010, 2011) in The Province News by rock journalist Tom Harrison.
“A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World” chosen as one of the top 25 albums of 2011 on CBC Radio One (Earlier show).
"Ridin' the Wave", “A Far-Out Place” and “A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World” included in the most-played albums on Maui’s Time Machine Radio Show.
“A Far-Out Place” was one of the top albums of 2010, and “A Go-Go Girl in a Modern World” received the Ear Candy award for 2011 on Sacramento’s Twirl Radio show.
Artist of the month for June and July 2009 on the Twirl Radio Show
“Ridin’ the Wave” listed in the top 100 albums of 2009 on the Powerpop Station in Brazil.


Laurie has performed at the International Pop Overthrow Festival in San Francisco (2008), CA, Vancouver, B.C (2008-2012), and Liverpool, UK (2010). She has also performed at the North Vancouver Festival of Lights, along with 2 charity Christmas Concerts arranged through Rave-On Studio. She has performed twice in Italy – Reggio Emilia (March 2011), and Rome (June 2010).


Laurie has appeared on the International Pop Overthrow compilation CD Volumes 11, 12, 13, and 14, as well as guest vocals on “Encomium in Memorium Vol. 1 – Jan Berry of Jan & Dean”. She was signed by SideB Music for their holiday compilation “Rockin’ the Mistletoe” with her song “Christmas in the Air”, and additionally submitted a different mix of the song on "A Very Vancouver Christmas 5", a locally produced compilation by Rave On Studio, to benefit the SPCA.


As to her future plans, Laurie wants to continue writing and recording music, and explore opportunities to collaborate with other musicians. She also hopes to expand her audience by taking advantage of any opportunities to appear on future compilation albums, as well as performing in more locations both domestic, and abroad. The art of creating music has been an educational experience (not to mention a total rush!), and she hopes be ridin’ that wave for some time to come.

Laurie Biagini Laurie Biagini, Vancouver, Canada

  • A Comment on Laurie Biagini's
    Ridin' The Wave at 3.07
    on June 23, 2013 17:38

    @Cheryl Carter 4: After one of their shows, a few band members and I were crafting a new song and we recorded a rough demo where we're singing together with an acoustic guitar accompaniment. That was the closest I ever got to sing with them.

  • A Comment on maxidunn's
    Maxi Dunn - Change The Record at 1.25
    on May 06, 2013 15:41

    Infectious melody, one of those that stays in your head, and plays over and over.. brilliant songwriting! A clear favorite on this stellar album!

  • A Comment on Jemi Blue's
    Sunday Supper at 3.19
    on April 10, 2013 03:18

    Beautiful song, Jemi, Vinnie and Janice! Pure gold!

  • A Comment on Vinnie Zummo's
    George Harrison at 2.31
    on February 25, 2013 22:52

    Wow!!! Very cool and groovy!

  • A Comment on Vinnie Zummo's
    George Harrison at 0.42
    on February 25, 2013 22:50

    Love this, Vinnie! Outstanding work!

  • A Comment on maxidunn's
    Maxi Dunn - Bite Your Tongue at 2.48
    on February 25, 2013 21:40

    Beautiful song, and the subject is something I can identify with too.. Carry on! Well-done!

  • A Comment on richardsnow's
    Am I Really That Boring(Extended Boredom Mix) at 4.06
    on February 01, 2013 15:04

    Great stuff! Love it!!

  • A Comment on Vinnie Zummo's
    "John Lennon" (Complete Version) at 3.00
    on January 21, 2013 05:46

    Brilliant! Love this, Vinnie!

  • A Comment on Jemi Blue's
    How Many Rains at 0.05
    on January 17, 2013 02:13

    Beautiful songwriting and performance!

  • A Comment on Brian Curtis (ex-Oohs)'s
    Keep My Hands To Yourself
    on October 28, 2012 06:20

    Wonderful song!

  • A Comment on Brian Curtis (ex-Oohs)'s
    Forget All About It
    on July 30, 2012 23:42

    Groovy sounds, Brian! Love it!

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