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Keyth Lawrence



352 6th Ave #2
Brooklyn, NY 11215
United States
T: 917-539-1819


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Keyth Lawrence & The Purple Circle


Keyth Lawrence, the powerful song force hailing from Manhattan spins his yarns through his life-long love of the piano. Keyth has been accompanied by his instrument, and talent for playing it since he was 7 years-old. After gigging extensively as a solo artist in popular New York City cabaret venues such as Don't Tell Mama, The Duplex, and other intimate spaces, he logically began bringing other musicians onto the stage with him until he formed what has become Keyth Lawrence and the Purple Circle. The now 5-member ensemble puts on high energy rock shows with tailored storytelling capabilities throughout New York City.
Keyth's most defining artistic traits include a character-driven, storied style of songwriting, an acrobatic and emotive voice that tells it, and a classically-inspired, powerhouse style of piano playing that falls somewhere between Chopin and Jerry Lee Lewis. With a brave and dramatic style reminiscent of The Cure, Keyth also maintains a solid passion for the piano, like that of more recent artists including Rufus Wainwright and Coldplay. Candid songwriting that reveals unexpected truths- think Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Bowie, Tori Amos- a fusion of prophet and bard, equal parts soul searcher and dramatic performer.
Currently promoting Figures, the 12 track musical novel that promises to be his pivotal break-through record, Keyth Lawrence and the Purple Circle have been capturing audiences at renowned New York City venues including the Knitting Factory and the Cutting Room. The first single, “Leaving” has already begun to receive national radio airplay, while the second single, “Mission”, has been nominated for a 2004 Pride in the Arts Award recognized by The Stonewall Society.

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HX Magazine
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Nominated for 4 Pride in the Arts Awards by Stonewall Society in 2004

Debuted at #1 on OUTvoice Charts May 2004

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