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(Published: February 15, 2012)

New York, NY, February 15, 2012-Indie/Folk songstress' Luthea Salom and Australian born Belle, and rockin' songwriter/electric guitarist Lisa Bianco are all very different artists, yet at the same time they're extremely talented singer/songwriter/performers. They will be appearing live individually in one great show at Maxwell's, New Jersey's premier nightclub & music venue in Hoboken, on Friday, February 24, 2012, 8:00 to 11:00 PM.

"Luthea stands out from her peers."-Rolling Stone Magazine

Luthea Salom (www.lutheasalom.com) is a multi-cultured, bilingual singer/songwriter originally from Spain, growing up in Canada and now based in New York City. She's steadily emerging in the international music scene as a major indie-folk talent having toured the U.K., Spain, Portugal and Germany. Luthea's highly successful third CD release, Kick In The Head, is planned for release in the U.S. this spring. When she is not touring or promoting in Europe she performs in the U.S., particularly in NYC, and is a well known fixture in the downtown club scene, performing in many other hot spots around the city as well.

"There's an inner purity and deeper meaning to . . . [Belle's] redemptive debut that elevates it beyond others in this mainstream genre."-John Smithies for The Epoch Times

Opening the show at Maxwell's will be Australian born, New York-based singer/songwriter Belle. Tap your toe or sit back and let the generous melodies wash over you or the poignant lyrics entrance you-it's all there, and is exquisitely demonstrated on her successful debut CD release, Never Too Late, from Florida-based indie label Ingenious Records (www.ingeniousrecords.com). Since its release in August of 2011, Never Too Late has been selected by iTunes as a "New & Noteworthy" singer/songwriter CD and played on AOL's CD Listening Party, while garnering much enthusiastic buzz from various other music industry quarters and ecstatic fans.

"[A] unique style which includes Lisa's impressive guitar chops and infectious, hard driving melodies."
-Tiffany Razzano, The Queens Chronicle

Closing these three artist's show at Maxwell's in support of her debut CD Momentum will be native New Yorker Lisa Bianco, a performer known for ‘rockin' the house' wherever she appears. This rocker isn't afraid to pull out the stops with a high-energy show that features a determined yet rich voice that's seductive and impossible to resist. Lisa has garnered much praise from the rock press that has come in the wake of her electric live performances up and down the East coast in the past several years in shows that erase the distance between artist and audience. Simply put, Lisa brings the party with her each time she performs.

Where: 1039 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ (201) 653-1703, http://maxwellsnj.com
When: Friday, February 24, 2012, from 8:00 to 11:00 PM
Cover: $10

Contact Info for Luthea Salom, Belle or Lisa Bianco: Janet Castiel, Redwood Entertainment, Inc., 212 543-9998, info@redwoodentertianment.com, www.redwoodentertainment.com ####

More Information: http://maxwellsnj.com

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