Laurie Geltman

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Laurie Geltman (born in Baltimore and raised in Boston), is an American rock singer/songwriter. She studied at the Berklee College of Music as a film score major, and began performing in the early 1990s with the experimental rock group Vasco da Gama.[1] She is a Boston Music Awards winner[2] in 1998 for Outstanding Female Vocalist.[3] After that, she began her solo career. She released her first album, Departure, herself, then her second album, No Power Steering on her own label. A year after its release, No Power Steering was re-released by Eastern Front Records. She also released her third album Motion Pictures, on her own label. Her song "Ghost in the House" appeared on the Respond I compilation, a benefit CD for domestic violence groups, which includes also songs from Patty Larkin, Melissa Ferrick, Jenny Reynolds and Faith Soloway among others.[4]


  • Departure (self-released) (1992)
  • No Power Steering (1997)
  • Motion Pictures (recorded live at Club Passim) (1999)
  • Up From Down (under band name LAYNE) (2006)


  1. ^ Bergeron, Chris (23 January 2008). "Laurie Geltman: A voice of experience". The MetroWest Daily News. Retrieved 26 March 2015. 
  2. ^ Rodman, Sarah (18 January 2008). "Laurie Geltman: Back where she once belonged". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 26 March 2015. 
  3. ^ "WRBC-FM, 'Radio Bates College,' hosts Roots Music Festival". Bates College. 23 April 2003. Retrieved 26 March 2015. 
  4. ^ Respond I CD listing

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