Indie rocker LP, a.k.a. Laura Pergolizzi, has been wowing audiences with her incredible vocal chops and ukelele-filled pop tunes since 2001. The singer has a distinct, expressive voice that soars over her anthemic music, and it always impresses at her live performances. Whether she's belting out fan favorite "Into the Wild" or cracking jokes with concertgoers, LP packs a punch during her must-see shows.
Singer-songwriter LP, born Laura Pergolizzi, got her start in the early '00s with the release of Heart-Shaped Scar and Suburban Sprawl & Alcohol, her first two full-length albums. After touring around the US to promote the releases, she took a hiatus from her own music to focus on her songwriting skills. During that time she penned hits for Rihanna, Cher, and Christina Aguilera, establishing herself as a potent songwriting force in the music industry. She continued to write and soon attracted attention from label execs at Warner Bros. Records, who signed the singer in 2011 and released her popular EP Into the Wild (Live at EastWest Studios). Since then, her 2014 record Forever For Now has generated significant buzz and earned her major acclaim from critics and fans alike. LP has played alongside Florence Welch, appeared at festivals like SXSW and Bonnaroo, and headlined several tours of her own, and she's gained a devoted fanbase along the way. An exciting up-and-comer who landed on Vogue Magazine's "People to Watch in 2013" list, LP has ticket buyers coming in droves to her thrilling live performances.