Lucy Burke is a singer songwriter from Sydney performing in the style of acoustic pop jazz. Drawing influences from such artists as Adele, Portishead, Lana Del Ray, Eva Cassidy, The Beatles and Norah Jones, Lucy Burke's music style is varied and engaging. Not one to be boxed in, her live performance range from gentle to powerful soaring vocals. 
Supported by her band, Lucy Burke has become a premier act on the local music scene. She has performed throughout Sydney at LazyBones, Venue 505, The Basement, Foundry 616 and The Vanguard to name a few. Lucy Burke was also the feature artist at The Sydney Football Stadium in 2016 after winning the Bands On Stage competition and the feature artist at The Australian Songwriters Awards in 2017 where she performed her single Leaving on a Lie. 
Lucy Burke has released three studio albums and an array of singles. With a love of songwriting, storytelling and recording quality music, she delights in working with industry professionals. Her debut album Botany Street (2008) was recorded at Abbey Road Studios London. Her Behaviour EP (2013) was recorded at The Wiggles Studio with Ben Hardie; and Chasing Sparks album was recorded and produced by Sean Carey, (former guitarist of Thirsty Merc) at Church Street Studios (2016). Lucy Burke released her singles Calm Before the Storm (2019), Nighttime and Luckiest Girl (2020) with producer and engineer Luke Bertoz (Tales in Space, Dappled Cities), blending ambient, orchestral and electronic sounds. Here latest singles Deaf Ears and Please Stay are set to be released 2021 so stay tuned.