Fiona Luray is an American folk/pop singer-songwriter. Since her career began in 2010 she has released two albums (Rise from the Ashes, 2011 and Lion Heart, 2012), and is currently back home in Boise, ID laying down tracks in the studio for her third album.
Fiona has played countless venues and festivals across the US including Music from Stanley (2011, 2012, 2013), the Bioneers Festival in Scotland (2010), Boise’s Visual Arts Collective (2012), and Higher Ground’s Northern Exposure in Burlington, VT (2013).
Additionally, Fiona was featured on the 2012 Idahoho holiday album and placed in the top three in the 2010 Boise’s Got Talent, and took home the grand prize for the 2011 Redlands competition. She received media attention for her 2012 political mock music video, “Homophobic Senators Suck.”
Aside from playing the guitar, ukulele, and piano while singing melodic lines about life’s search for meaning (i.e. butter, wool flannels, and sometimes love), Fiona enjoys milking jersey cows, a good game of wiffle ball, and saying the word “nun chucks” to make herself seem as fierce as she knows she is, despite her gangly exterior.
You can find Fiona’s music on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, CD Baby, YouTube, and on the local Idaho radio station. Follow Fiona on Facebook for updates and visit Fiona’s Soundcloud page to hear samples from her forthcoming album.