Laura Ganci envisioned a life filled with music starting at the age of eight. Her first instrument was a violin, which she played more often by laying it sideways on her lap and plucking individual notes with her fingers rather than using it in the traditional fashion. After several years of asking, she finally received the gift of a guitar from her father on a Christmas morning. Without lessons, the task of learning an instrument seemed daunting. But every time she picked up her guitar, things began to make more sense. She briefly studied music at a small guitar shop in a town nearby. It was isolation after moving out of state for her first two years of high school when Laura developed a deeply intimate and confessional relationship with her guitar through songwriting. It was loneliness and darkness that taught her to write, and it was observation and analysis which gave her writing it's soul. Having more of an educational background in the field of fine art, specifically painting and drawing, Laura pursued the arts more than music in her schooling. She has attended Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and the Hartford Art School affiliated with the University of Hartford. Laura has since left both schools and now studies part time so that she can pursue music full force. She is inspired by everything from a glass of water to a crack in the sidewalk. Her vast sources of inspiration extend into her interests in music. No person that has heard Laura could deny the fact that she has pure talent. Her music is fresh and innovative. Her songs are the honest, soulful lullabies that people suddenly realize they need to hear. Something about her songs makes the things we don't understand have attainable answers. As she plays the guitar she plucks at your every heart string, spreading to you emotions you've forgotten about. Every note hit within the melodies raise hairs up on your neck. This is a girl who was made to sing songs of our lifetime. This is a girl who refuses to be something you can forget.