Lucette,
The TVD First Date

“My first ever record was Shania Twain’s The Woman in Me. I still listen to it when I’m driving a lot of the time. She really inspired me as a Canadian woman in Country music.”

“I also remember the first time I listened to Elvis. My drunk second cousin was singing “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” and it stuck with me.

My record collection is pretty vast. I have everything from Waylon and Willie to Father John Misty. My current favourite is a Mahalia Jackson gospel album. I’ll sit with a glass of wine and put some candles on and just listen. It’s perfect.

I usually buy records every time I travel. I did some damage at Amoeba and Sick City Records on a recent LA trip. Including a rare Franks Wild Years—a Tom Waits find.

My music taste is pretty vast but I will say I have a stronger affinity toward oldies. I’ve got everything from Jazz (Miles Davis, Ray Charles, John Coltrane), to country (Dolly, Loretta, Emmylou Harris), to my personal classics (Otis Redding, Neil Young, Ryan Adams).”
Lucette

Lucette’s full-length release, Black is the Color is in stores now.
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