The young singer has received much critical acclaim:
“The Nashvillian via Georgia has a voice that can sing anything and make it sound important, but thankfully her songs carry the weight of life experience with all its joys and disappointments.” – Country Weekly
“Lynn sang with a beautiful amber tone that flowed out into the air with a soothing grace. Her pristine vocals held intriguing secrets that captivated the crowd, making them forget everything except for this moment that she had brought them into.” – Allen Foster, AXS
“Lynn is a formidable musical force to look out for.” – WXPN
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Rolling Stone has put her at #1 for the top 26 Americana Music Fest 2014 Must-See Acts, her new album, The Avenues, has received excited praise from Sheryl Crow, and she's opened for artists such as Joan Osborne and the Punch Brother. Lera Lynn makes the sort of shimmering, swooning folk music that's more about texture than twang. A Nashville transplant who launched her career in Athens, Georgia, she creates her own geography on her newest release, The Avenues, whose songs brew up images of lost highways, dusky landscapes and storms on the horizon. It's a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll, with a hyper-textured, auburn tone that feels more like a West Coast version of Americana.