Lucette may only be in her twenties, but from the moment you hear her honey-soaked voice, it’s clear she’s an old soul at heart. Full of emotion, Lucette’s music embraces the grandeur that is found in simplicity, exploring the depths of emotions in her thoughtful songwriting and tender vocals, harkening back to the golden era of folk and country music when Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, and Loretta Lyn ruled the airwaves. Her first full-length album, Black Is The Color, was recorded in under a month, and features folk-country powerhouses Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Jamey Johnson, and Secret Sisters.
In 2015, Lucette made her SXSW debut in Austin with 5 performances, joined Mason Jennings on two runs of shows, toured with Joe Ely and played the Calgary Folk Music Festival, Edmonton’s Interstellar Rodeo and Nashville’s AmericanaFest. 2016 has seen her back on the road for tours with David Ramirez and Alejandro Escovedo.