Rebecca Lynne's music can be difficult to pigeonhole into one defining genre. Yes, you can draw comparisons to Sarah McLaughlin, Jewel, and Norah Jones, but Rebecca Lynne really has a sound that is unique to her. Possessing a unique mixture of folk, pop, and jazz along with a voice that could stand alone with it's emotion and richness, leaves the listener wanting more. Her lyrics are intriguing and honest. With words that reveal both her vulnerability and her strength, she uncovers the longing and elation she's experienced in her life. That multi-dimensional facet of her lyrics creates some powerful-and sometimes conflicting-emotions. Listening to her music, you can't help feeling as if she's whispering secrets in your ear at one moment, and kicking you out the door and throwing your clothes out the window the next. But that's why her lyrics ring so true-just as in life, pain and happiness come and go without warning. Rebecca finished her first CD, 'Everyday Blues' in 2004. It was released at the Night of Dreams Showcase, held at the BTI center in downtown Raleigh. On the CD, you'll not only hear Rebecca, but also a talented group of musicians. Together with John Currie (lead guitar), Sébastien Guyader (bass), and Chris Johnson (keys), Rebecca has impressed crowds at many venues in Raleigh, Carborro, Cary, and surrounding areas in NC. Rebecca will be working on a new, scaled down, album by this summer (2006). Check back soon!