Laurie Foxx

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Acting Resumes:

Laurie Foxx   

Music Bio


   One of only two artists  chosen to  perform at EAT’M (Emerging Artists and Talent In Music) in Las Vegas  for three years  at the Las Vegas Hilton, The Mirage, and The Rio, and won the coveted Jeep Cherokee in June of 2000. (see and

   Wrote & performed in own TV Pilot, “The Laurie Foxx Show, If You Don’t  Like It, Get Your Own  Show”.

   Performed  SOLO/ LIVE  for PBS  on WEEKNIGHT EDITION.   Her performance has been used  multiple times as an intro and altro to the show.

    Featured on CBS & ABC for performances on the news.

   Performed LIVE and interviewed by  KUT radio’s SYNDICATED SHOW, EKLECTICO by John Aieli,  to promote Austin Performances.

  Played  SXSW (South by Southwest) music conference in Austin ,Texas , 2000.

   Performed Solo for a TV Pilot “Eat Art” for Lifeline Films

   Chosen to  play SOLO for the Million Mom March

   Performed in a Music Video of her original song, “Heaven Sweet” to promote the film “Letters To Lauren” with 3 songs chosen for the soundtrack “Letters To Lauren”.  Wrote music for film short, “Marisa Romanov” featured  at VENICE FILM FESTIVAL, 2001.  Wrote Theme songs for INDIE FILM, “Junk in a Trunk”, pilot “Abby’s Road”, among others.

   Nominated BEST Female Acoustic/Folk in THE HOUSTON PRESS Music Awards, 2000.  (see

   Plays numerous clubs, bookstores, festivals (i.e.:  Monterey Rock and Art Festival, in N. Calif. ,  Bayou City Arts Festival, Memorial July 4th Festival, Westheimer Street  Festival,  Houston Heights Festival, etc.)

   Lyricist for Topomic Music,/ France  (Adult contemporary, Pop/ Euro- Pop)

   Songwriter for various recording groups and studio musician /vocalist.

URBAN BEAT- “If your tastes in pop music run slightly askew of the norm, you would be hard pressed to find a better practitioner than Houston’s own Laurie Foxx ….memorable melodies, off the wall lyrics that reflect vulnerability without wallowing in victimization….having seen her perform live…she also plays a mean piano.- Count von Teleke 

CITY LIFE LAS VEGAS- “Bridging the gap between Ben Folds Five and Rufus Wainright with a n occasional guitar pop song  for good  measure.”

POP-NORMAN TRANSCRIPT- “Rocked like a star…Begged comparisons to Sarah and  Joni M. with infrequent flashes of Bette  M.”

MUSICDISH- “ Laurie Foxx brings home an adult contemporary, singer/songwriter, progressive pop approach to the world.”  “Vocals are exquisite…passion poured into every song…with complexity and power…an album of songwriting superiority…with a beauty I have yet to hear until now….”