(? - living) U.S.A.
An award winning songwriter and vocalist, Leah signed to Indie label Jericho Records in 1999, who released her first CD, Hard Road, featuring world-renowned bassist Tony Levin. Hard Road was named one of Western New York's top 30 recordings of 2001 by Freetime Magazine, and Leah took home the 2001 Buffalo Music Award for Top Original Female Vocalist.
Several of her hook-heavy songs have received honors in song contests, including the 9th Billboard Song Contest, and have received radio play on over 100 stations (including commercial radio) in dozens of countries. She has appeared on three nationally distributed compilation albums as well as other recordings as a backup singer and session musician.
When not touring and recording, she plays guitar, bass, and banjo in theater pit bands and orchestras, and has worked with Dave Brubeck, Monica Mancini, and Rue McLanahan.
Glory Glory (from "Wouldn't That Be Fun?" 1990)