Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Rootsy bluesy mainstream pop
Most recent release, Broad (2011)
Treasa Levasseur's site
Joan Osborne, Bonnie Raitt
Own, occasional covers
Smart, dynamic music from an intriguing voice. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Broad is the first we've heard
See Treasa Levasseur's site
Treasa Levasseur—piano, Wurlitzer, accordion, vocals
Moonkey Junk (1, 3, 4, 10):
Treasa Levasseur (exectuvie producer) with Steve Marriner, Terry Wilkins, Ken Whiteley, David Gavan Baxter
Treasa Levasseur has a dynamic voice and a great band to back her on this album. She has a bluesy slant to what is a very varied sound, ands some choice covers to go with her originals. "A little Pride" has a classic sixties sound, and a vocal that's feisty and cool. Randy Newman's "God's song" gets a confident and bluesy reading that she really nails. "Still got love" has a New Orleans feel, and a sassy lead vocal. Neil Young's "Walk on" gets a great reading, Levasseur really making it her own. Her album is just wonderful. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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