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“She’s a virtuoso, and her record is custom-made for road trips, sock hops, juke joints, and backyard picnics.” – Pop Matters

Veronica Lewis is one of the most exciting emerging talents in the Indie Roots world. Bending genres from the Bayou to the north country, Lewis combines the true language of the blues with the energy of early rock ‘n roll. She is a teenage prodigy, a piano player, singer and prolific songwriter who is “changing the game and upping the ante,” according to American Blues Scene. With the release of her critically acclaimed, chart-topping debut album “You Ain’t Unlucky,” 18-year-old Veronica Lewis is poised to bring new generations back under that big old revival tent that is blues and roots rock and roll. A mesmerizing live performer with serious piano chops, soaring vocals, and trailblazing original songs, Veronica gives her audience every last drop, every single time.

“You Ain’t Unlucky” blasted Veronica Lewis’ career off to a mind-blowing start, debuting at Number #2 on the Billboard Blues charts, #1 on the iTunes Blues chart, and landing the title track “You Ain’t Unlucky” the title of Number #1 Blues Song of The Year 2021 from Root Music Report. Veronica also snagged two Blues Music Nominations in 2022 for Best Emerging Artist Album and Piano Player of the Year. Among her other awards are the Sean Costello Rising Star Award from the 2021 Blues Blast Music Awards, Best New Artist Debut Album from the 2021 Blues Blast Music Awards, and Blues Artist of the Year from the 2020 Boston Music Awards.

Although Veronica only graduated high school in 2021, she is already an acknowledged and seasoned professional, rocking the keys and electrifying audiences with rhythmically complex and challenging compositions and nuclear-charged live performances. Her band is a tight, straight-ahead four-piece with piano, drums, guitar and sax that delivers a stunningly “full-on” sound. Veronica belts out a message made to heal the soul. Her strong, expressive voice is punctuated with a light and delicate vibrato, containing the pain and wisdom of the ages.


2020 Best Festival
Washington Blues Society


2015 Keeping The Blues Alive Recipient
The Blues Foundation


2020 Grand Summit Award
Washington Festival & Events Association


Proud Member
Washington Festival & Events Association

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