Blues/Rock artist Laurel Sorenson will be celebrating the physical distribution of the “See What You Got EP” on December 20 at 6:00pm with a free, all ages concert at Encinitas motorcycle/vintage clothing and surf shop, Seaweed and Gravel.

In lieu of buying tickets, it is recommended that attendants bring a new, unwrapped toy or new or gently used outerwear for the Community Resource Center Holiday Baskets. The event will include raffles, food for sale from Chubby’s Food Truck and Li’l Miss Short Cakes, and a live performance from Laurel and her band the Ink Slingers.

Sorenson’s debut EP “See What You Got EP” (produced by Kris Towne at Capricorn Studios), was released by Rainbow Hank Productions in the fall of 2013. Her music can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon MP3, and SoundCloud. Sorenson and the Ink Slingers formed in their senior year of high school and played many of their shows in North County San Diego where they developed a passionately loyal fan base.  She has since moved to Nashville, TN in pursuit of a career as a songwriter and performer.

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Laurel Sorenson is a bluesy rock artist from Encinitas, CA. At 19 years of age, Sorenson has played over 60 shows at venues ranging from dog washes to House of Blues San Diego. Her music consists of soulful vocals and darkly defiant lyrics. According to Taylor Romine of ListenLocalSD.com, Sorenson is “A new queen of sass [whose] bluesy vocal brings her music full force. She is a strong-headed girl who makes you feel empowered after listening.”

Sorenson’s debut EP “See What You Got EP” (produced by Kris Towne), was released by Rainbow Hank Productions in the fall of 2013. Her music can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon mp3, and Soundcloud. She reached number two in San Diego on Reverbnation with her band the Ink Slingers. She has 1,616 plays on Reverbnation with 542 fans and 394 Facebook likes. Sorenson and the Ink Slingers formed in their senior year of high school and played many of their shows in North County San Diego where they developed a passionately loyal fan base.  She has since moved to Nashville, TN in pursuit of a career as a songwriter and performer. Her song “Stay,” originally recorded at the Conservatory of Recording Arts in Tempe, Arizona, was featured on KUCI 88.9FM in Irvine, California.

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Booking Contact:
laurel.sorenson@gmail.com
(760)688-8389