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Hailing from the Midwest, singer/songwriter Lydia Brownfield honed her skills mostly in the south. Her influences range widely and her songs cross many genres, but find a comfortable spot among edgy folk/pop artists. Solo or with accompaniment, her songs are honest and poetic, and her pure and powerful voice has been compared to Alison Krauss, Sinéad O'Connor, Sheryl Crow and Ani Difranco.
Currently, Lydia is in the studio recording her 2nd Full Length album. You can hear the demo recordings below - for now.
Read more about Lydia below.
New Music Demos
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Music & Discography
Ghosts & Lovers
Lydia Brownfield & the Jagged Hearts
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).
Ghosts of You 3:280:00 / 3:28
Make You My Lover 2:530:00 / 2:53
0:00 / 3:30
This Fascination 3:500:00 / 3:50
What Burns in Me 3:230:00 / 3:23
Planted 3:530:00 / 3:53
My Stars 3:490:00 / 3:49
Longest Day 3:590:00 / 3:59
Stranger 4:580:00 / 4:58
You're Lost 4:520:00 / 4:52
Sex With You 3:260:00 / 3:26
All of Us Here 4:110:00 / 4:11
Wanting's For Sinners
Released 2013. Frank Lapinski (drums), Jeff Dalrymple (guitars), produced by Lydia & Jeff. Mastered by Chris Graham.
Feels Like This
Songs for kids & parents. Release date 2010. Recorded by Mike Folker and Felix Weber. Masterd by Felix Weber. Jeff Tobin (bass), Felix Weber (strings).
New Shirts & Stickers
As a civilized person, it's important to have shirts to wear - why not wear ours!
Get your Lydia Brownfield & the Jagged Hearts "All the feels" T-Shirt. For now these are only available at a show. If you really want one and can't make it to a live event, contact me and I can hook you up!
News & Press
“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