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Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards

Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards

If your soul is yearning for beauty and healing, you may want to catch Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards at one of their live shows.  I became a huge fan of Laura’s after she released Into The Dark in 2013.  My son and I listened to this CD in the car obsessively, and he is now also a big fan 10 years later at age 14.  There is a lot of healing energy in this CD, and in fact when I heard The Dance Cards live a few years later at the Oberon in Cambridge for their  California Calling release party, I found myself either grooving at the edge of my seat to songs like “Pace Myself” from California Calling, or bawling my eyes out at the likes of “Lay Me Low” from Into The Dark.

Laura’s CDs and live shows will shower your soul with gorgeous vocal and string harmonies, unapologetically emotional lyrics, and the absolute raw but intricate beauty of it all will leave you filled with comfort and gratitude for all that music offers.  My family has seen The Dance Cards play live at various venues around New England, and each time it has been a restorative gift.

You can visit Laura’s tour schedule here, and if you are feeling up for attending her summer music camp for artists of all ages visit the Miles of Music website to learn more.

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