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      Seattle's Lydia Ramsey is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, praised for the almost vintage quality of her voice. Her songs convey both the wildness and free nature of traditional folk music and feature melodic fingerpicked-guitar backing up her beautiful voice.      Premiering on  NPR's First Watch , her first single, "Ghosts", is a wonderfully southern-inspired folk tune that showcases Lydia's natural fingerpicking guitar ability, her banjo playing and her lovely vocal harmonies.  “Show Me The Stars” and “Shake Me” from Bandita were featured on KEXP's  Song of the Day  and  Music That Matters  Podcasts.      Lydia has recently returned from her first international tour in the U.K. where she received praise from the  UK Americana Music Association  describing her music as an “enticing combination of folk and country that sparkles as modern Americana.”  

Seattle's Lydia Ramsey is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, praised for the almost vintage quality of her voice. Her songs convey both the wildness and free nature of traditional folk music and feature melodic fingerpicked-guitar backing up her beautiful voice.

 

Premiering on NPR's First Watch, her first single, "Ghosts", is a wonderfully southern-inspired folk tune that showcases Lydia's natural fingerpicking guitar ability, her banjo playing and her lovely vocal harmonies.  “Show Me The Stars” and “Shake Me” from Bandita were featured on KEXP's Song of the Day and Music That Matters Podcasts.  


Lydia has recently returned from her first international tour in the U.K. where she received praise from the UK Americana Music Association describing her music as an “enticing combination of folk and country that sparkles as modern Americana.”