Welcome to Laura’s Music!

As a globally recognized award-winning jazz singer and songwriter, Laura Theodore has recorded six solo CDs, including her award-winning disc, Tonight’s the Night, which received a Musician Magazine Award. Her CD release with the late, great master guitarist Joe Beck, entitled Golden Earrings, (on the Whaling City Sound label) was on the GRAMMY® list in the category of “Best Jazz Vocal Album.” Laura has toured throughout the country, performing at numerous major events, such as Night of 100 Stars, Fire and Ice Ball, and The American Film Awards. Scroll down this page to learn more about all of Laura’s beautiful CDs!

Golden Earrings is a triumph that recalls the past glory of classic guitar-vocal duets like Les Paul and Mary Ford or Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald. Conceived by Laura and the late, great master guitarist, Joe Beck, as a tribute to the popular music icon Peggy Lee, this amazing CD provides a winning collaboration. Listen to sample tracks or purchase a signed copy HERE.
What The World Needs Now features popular songs from the Big Band music craze. Highlighting saxophonist and band leader, Juliene Purefoy with an amazing 17 piece band, this dynamic collection features favorite standards, from the Golden Age of Gershwin and Rodgers, to Bacharach and the blues. Listen to sample tracks or purchase a signed copy HERE.
 We’re Only Human marks a departure for Laura from the jazz and blues format. This recording is a true “Top 40–New Age album” that your kids will listen to as well! This beautiful CD is a stunning collection of peaceful ballads, melodic tunes, and meaningful stanzas that all seem to float on air. Listen to sample tracks or purchase a signed copy HERE.
Tonight’s the Night was winner of a “Musician Magazine Award,” and features some of New York’s finest musicians, including Don Rebic on piano, Randy Brecker on trumpet, Joe Beck on guitar, and Lou Marini on saxophone. “Voice, feeling, style, drama—she has it all.” Fritz the Nite Owl, Smooth Jazz Radio.

Laura Theodore, Live at Vartan Jazz highlights riveting intensity, soulfulness, and Laura’s mastery of the jazz style in familiar staples, along with some lesser–known compositions. Recorded “live–in–concert,” this progressive jazz CD features many superb musicians. The result is a recording that is truly “alive” with upbeat jazz and blues tunes and heartfelt ballads.

What is This Thing Called Jazz? showcases some of Laura’s favorite jazz standards and features Kelly Conner and Don Rebic on piano, Leon Dorsey and Don Gladstone on bass, and Vincent Ector and Neil Tufano on drums. “She is an extraordinary four-octave singer who blends jazz, blues, soul, and pop into seemingly the only possible expression” -New York Post.
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