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"I don't know who you are or what you do, but whatever it is, keep doing it."
"I can't stop listening to Laurie's song, it's so beautiful, I cry every time I hear it. You really just blow my mind."
"A great talent. Her beautiful soul comes out through her singing."
"I know one young lady singer-songwriter organized for superstardom in the years ahead, and that's Laurie Lehner. Laurie is a tremendous talent."
"Laurie Lehner has gained Twitter fame with her parody of the song “Sweet” that became “viral” among Dave Matthews Band Fans. Recently, Laurie [wrote] a song for Boyd Tinsley during the “Faces Across America” promotion and we asked her a few questions regarding her history as a musician and how the song came about."
“One Hell of an Open Mic Night - New York Local Music | Examiner.com "...Host Jason Liles singing an outstanding cover of The Black Crowes "Oh Josephine," with harmonizing vocals from Laurie Lehner. Lehner, who would also have a gorgeous, powerful solo set, will be filling in for Liles as host while he tours with his band. In a perfect summary of the community feel, Lehner says, "It's like a Monday night on Broadway -- people come when they're not with their regular work, just to jam out with each other."”
“A Sweet Tweet. Because I love all things Dave Matthews Band related, I had to check out a link that was sent via twitter that had the attention of DMB fans. I was pleasantly surprised by the lovely voice of Laurie Lehner. The video is a parody titled Tweet which is from the song Sweet by the DMB that can be found on Away From The World due out in September. I shared the link and became curious about the person singing. Who was she? I contacted Laurie and asked her a few questions.”
“Boyd Tinsley Brings His Film, Music, & Never-Ending Hugs to SVA. Boyd Tinsley, most famous for his role as Dave Matthews Band's violinist, can now add film producer to his résumé with the release of Faces in the Mirror. For the past month, Tinsley has been touring the film across the country: screening it, fielding questions, playing music with local bands, and meeting his fans. The tour came to its close last night at New York's SVA Theatre, an event that will be remembered forever by fans. The show was supposed to start at 8:30, but a venue change delayed the setup, and the real show didn't begin until close to an hour later. Laurie Lehner, a New York singer-songwriter who gained Twitter notoriety among DMB fans with her parody of "Sweet," performed a tune she'd written in tribute to Boyd's film entitled "Faces in the Mirror." From the right side of the room, a choked-up Boyd, wearing his trademark sunglasses, thanked her for the song, and then turned his attention to the crow”
“A Match Made in Hell. The sultry, off-the-beaten-path cocktail den Hell Gate Social hosts singer-songwriter Laurie Lehner, backed by the four-piece Blurry Love Circus, performing covers and Lehner’s own acoustic ballads. Recline on the vintage sofas with one of HGS’s potent drinks, like the Punch Drunk Love ($6), a riff on the Rum Swizzle with dark rum, bitters, fresh berries and lime juice. Gents, if you’re looking to score, make sure to bring your A-game: You’re competing with rakish co-owner George Rallis, who will be dishing out complimentary homemade chocolate gifts to single ladies. 12-21 Astoria Blvd between 12th and 14th Sts, Astoria, Queens (718-204-8313, hellgatesocial.com). 10pm; free.”