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Singer/songwriter, Lydia Brownfield, spent many years honing her craft in Atlanta, opening for artists such as Loudon Wainwright III, Peter Case, Shawn Mullins and Indigo Girls, as well as playing shows with her band in the area’s top clubs.    

Before settling in Columbus, Lydia became a regular performer in the coffee houses of Greenwich Village, and began a recording career that has continued to date.    

Her songs are pulled from experiences of growing up in Columbus, Ohio, her studies at the local fine arts college, a decade of living and performing in Atlanta, touring the south, and then moving to New York City - not least having gone through two difficult divorces and now being a mom. All of which brings a dramatic - often comedic - and entertaining live show.  

Alongside Lydia, you'll find her longtime partner, Jeff Dalrymple. His finger-picking guitar playing style is the ultimate compliment to Brownfield's pure and captivating voice. Together as an acoustic duo, they showcase super tight vocal harmonies while the guitars weave an intricate web of songs that are thoughtfully crafted and beautifully executed.   

Look for live performances in and around Ohio, Atlanta and New York with Dalrymple and with her full band, The Jagged Hearts.  

More about the duo   |   Meet the whole band   |   More about Lydia

Live

Look for new live performances in the summer! 

"THANK YOU to all the live music venues who have open their doors to us in 2020, and to all the supporters for downloading, streaming or purchasing CD’s from me. I am so grateful all the support during these challenging times!" 

Look for me, plus the full band, in the summer of 2021 in support of our new album release!

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Ghosts & Lovers

Lydia Brownfield & the Jagged Hearts

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Released: March 2016. This album was made thanks to Billy Zenn. Recorded at Musicol Studios by Doug Edwards. Produced by Billy Zenn. Frank Lapinski (drums), Billy Zenn (bass), Jeff Dalrymple (electric guitar), Joy Hall (backing vocals).

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Wanting's For Sinners

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Released 2013. Frank Lapinski (drums), Jeff Dalrymple (guitars), produced by Lydia & Jeff. Mastered by Chris Graham.

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Feels Like This

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Songs for kids & parents. Release date 2010. Recorded by Mike Folker and Felix Weber. Masterd by Felix Weber. Jeff Tobin (bass), Felix Weber (strings).

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Imagine a grown-up Exene Cervenka meeting an edgier and less ambiguous Stevie Nicks, with some McCartney melodicism and Pete Townshend angst thrown in, and you’ve got Lydia Brownfield.”

— Rick Moore, Music News-Nashville

...Beneath a placid façade, Brownfield’s music rages...”

— Andy Downing, Columbus Alive

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