Veronica Lewis is an exciting, emerging talent in the Blues and Roots world. As 2020’s Boston Blues Challenge Winner, 2020's Blues Artist of The Year Nominee (Boston Music Awards)
and 2020’s Best Young Artist in the New England Music Hall of Fame, this young piano player & singer/songwriter brings Blues, Boogie Woogie and Roots piano into the future with exuberance and originality.
Veronica showcases her piano chops and vocals in the style of her idols; Katie Webster, Otis Spann, Marcia Ball, Dr. John and Pinetop Perkins. Born in New England and raised on the Blues and Boogie Woogie, Veronica writes juke-joint style songs filled with humor, imagery and the true language of the Blues. Her piano playing is described as “having the power of a summer thunderstorm in the Delta”. Veronica, 17, is the recipient of the 2019 W.O.W. Rising Star Award and 2018 & 2017 Granite State Blues Challenge Winner.
In 2020/19, Veronica traveled across the country from Nashville to L.A. playing her music at venues and festivals. She debuted at the Rhythm & Roots Americana Festival in R.I., in Las Vegas at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Fest, the National Women in Blues Showcase and in the 35th International Blues Challenge in Memphis.
Veronica has opened for Gary Hoey, Eric Gales, Popa Chubby, Mr. Sipp, Barrence Whitfield, Roomful of Blues, Anthony Geraci and she has performed with Marcia Ball and studied with Victor Wainwright.