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Lucy Kaplansky

May 21 • The Redmoor

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Lucy Kaplansky's musical journey began in 1978, when the Chicago native chose to skip college and then carved out a niche for herself in the Greenwich Village Folk scene, where she met and worked with budding stars like Shawn Colvin, Suzanne Vega and Richard Shindell. Working as a part-time session musician, she finally recorded her debut solo album, 'The Tide,' in 1994 (assisted by Colvin). With the great notices that followed, Kaplansky's path was set; she shuttered her psychology practice and became a full-time musician.  

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