Ferraro and Luckett are well-known in the women’s music circuit. Ferraro is a Pittsburgh native and well-known vocalist on the local jazz circuit. She’s also a composer, a music director and has worked with everyone from Marvin Hamlisch to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Luckett grew up on multiple continents and her music reflects a very interesting array of “world music” influence.
To be honest, I was never a world music fan – but tonight I’ve been listening to their albums as I work my way through a lot of really chaotic, tough news & information and it is proving to be soothing or perhaps just calming. And sometimes in the midst of all this crazy, a live music performance can be just the thing to regain a sense of balance.
Together, they’ve released three albums, one inspired by the poetry of Rumi – On the Way of Love. This single, Sacred Ground, is from their latest effort – “Awe”
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