Abby Posner has been a working musician in Los Angeles for the past 16 years. She is best known for her ability to play nearly any instrument that she can lay her hands on, twisting genres, and pushing the boundaries of folk and roots music. If you have seen Abby perform live, you know she can play a mean lead-blues guitar solo, or throw down a complex Earl Scruggs banjo riff. You also may have spotted her playing drums, mandolin, or bass while using her looping pedal. In addition to her versatility, she puts passion and soul into everything she plays.
Quotes and Booking Information
Abby has opened for:
Dustbowl Revival, Sierra Hull, Phranc, Dave Alvin and Michael Daves + more
-2022 Folk Alliance showcase artist
-winner of Carl Gage Songwriter Award 2020
-Bank Of America Banjo artist for Ken Burn Documentary
-Award winning film score for 2020 Documentary "Lady Buds"
-resident at Hotel Cafe, LA- CA
This singer-songwriter is the most criminally undiscovered artist out there, and by ‘there’ I’m referring to both the physical world as well as the far more influential virtual one. Her songs are so sweet and achingly beautiful at times that they belong on the soundtracks of romantic comedies (the good ones produced by Judd Apatow.)
-By: Nick Schneider - Entertainment Bureau
Abby lives in Los Angeles CA- open to touring most parts of the US and Canada, especially on the west coast- Acoustic venues, Folk Series, Listening Rooms, Festivals, also available with her band.