There's a bond one can form with an artist when you see them live or hear them on a recording. Some type of moment only you two can share; maybe there's a lyric, or the delivery of it, that keeps you listening. Something that makes the artist worth walking away from the bar for. "Lefranc's lyrics are like pulling a page straight form her diary. Heartfelt and candid, her vocals cut right to the point like an emotive Mariachi singer, pushing the music with all she's got." Lillian Lefranc is a singer / songwriter, with a tender heart, and a heavy delivery. She's honest in her performance, and writes songs about her up's and down's and the perils of heartbreak. "I'd say its a bit sad," says Lefranc, "If you pay attention I'm telling you some realness about something that I went through. I grew up listening to Pasty Cline and Linda Ronstadt, I mean, tell me those ladies weren't singing you some Crooner realness."A San Diego native, she has played trumpet with the award winning Silver Armada Marching Band at Eastlake High School. After a few years she joined the Sweetwater Union High School District's, Mariachi Agua Dulce, and there she found her passion for singing, picked up a guitar, and began writing. When she began performing in 2008 by herself, she would get attention for having improvisational sessions with her audience. By 2011 she was joined by "The Proper Villains." and released a 3 song EP. In 2014 she was invited to play the first annual San Diego SHEFEST and the 2014 San Diego Pride Festival. Now in 2015 she 's been seen performing solo, while working with various musicians towards recording a full album. Be on the look out for her new album looking to drop within the next year.