Singer songwriter Lauren Spring is an Americana artist as well as a member of the award-winning folk group, The Krickets and the Americana group, The Bo Spring Band. Having what Paste magazine describes as "....a stunning, truly one-of-a-kind sound,” The Krickets (Spring, Emily Stuckey and Rachel Grubb) have released two studio albums and were official SXSW artists in 2018. Lauren produced their latest single, “These Games” and it premiered on American Songwriter’s ‘Best New Music” list in June of 2020, also winning the W.A.M. Song of the Year in the folk category. Signing a sync rep deal in 2020 as a voice of First Note Entertainment, she is also a featured artist collaborator with L.A. based Darkbloom Productions and enjoys co-writing for other artists. Her first artist cut is the title track on Jerry Salley's 2019 #1 gospel album 'All God's Children Sing,' co-written with Jerry and her husband, Bo Spring.
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The Krickets are an all female swamp folk band that Paste Magazine describes as "...a truly stunning, one-of-a-kind sound." Produced by Ben Tanner of the Alabama Shakes and recorded at John Paul White's SunDrop Sound in Florence, AL, The Krickets released a debut album called "Spanish Moss Sirens" in May of 2016. The album earned them the 2016 IMA Folk/Singer Songwriter Song of the Year Award for "Cool Cool Water", the 2016 IMEA Folk Artist of the Year and an International Acoustic Award Nomination in the Folk category for Lauren's song "To and Fro". Recording their 2018 album, Redbird, with Sam Ashworth, the group enjoyed another IMA win with the Alt Country Song of the year for the title track co-written by Emily Stuckey Sellers, Lauren Spring and Katrina Kolb.
"The Krickets send chills down your spine and lift you sky high on their debut album Spanish Moss Sirens." - No Depression