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Lucy Vincent 

Published August 8, 2006 at 5:53 p.m.

Lucy Vincent formed by luck in the summer of 2005 when three island boys got together for a chill jam session. What came out was an undeniably delicious blend of catchy guitar riffs, thoughtful lyrics, bouncy drums beats and a totally original sound that blends everything from the catchy songwriting of Sublime and the lyrical and musical sophistication of The Police, to the pounding tribal pulse of Rusted Root and the pure party atmosphere of Jamiroquai. Lucy Vincent is Feel Good music from the island of Martha's Vineyard with an undeniable groove and overflowing energy that puts a smile on your face and a shake in your ass.

Address: Jordan Lee Berger

294 Biscayne Heights , 05446

Phone: 617-970-3265

Web: www.LucyVincent.com

E-Mail: jordanleeberger@yahoo.com

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