Grammy Fest to Nassau, Bahamas

Grammy Festival at Sea: Women who Rock!
Victoria was recently added to the linep of this amazing trip: GRAMMY® Festival at Sea: Women Who Rock! The festival was created to celebrate GRAMMY-winning and/or nominated women in music. This four-day adventure will take to the high seas aboard Norwegian Pearl from November 4-8, 2014, and will set sail from Miami to Grand Bahama Island and Nassau, Bahamas.

The lineup includes Heart, Emmylou Harris, Indigo Girls, Shawn Colvin, Estelle, and more for the trip of a lifetime. Guests can look forward to performances by legendary female artists, Q&As, panels, and other fun activities hosted by the bands. There’ll also be one-of-a-kind opportunities to interact with the artists on board. Read more about the current lineup

I’m so there, folks!! To get your tickets, visit the event website

Victoria Shaw Productions

Victoria Shaw has been working with Lacy Cavalier for some time now, and their newest collaboration features 4 songs co-written by Victoria. Check out Lacy’s music, and latest project LOUISIANNE, on YouTube. Warning: may increase desire to drive immediately to Louisiana or your nearest bayou!

Actor/singer Erich Bergen just released a new 5-song EP, called
NEVER GIVE UP. Victoria produced and co-wrote several of the songs on the recently released project. Enjoy!

And, be sure to check out the new project from Keb’ Mo’, where you’ll find a heartfelt song collaboration between Victoria and Keb’ called
FOR BETTER OR WORSE. For your listening pleasure!

Under The Covers SOLD OUT smash!

This past Monday marked the fifteenth edition of "Victoria Shaw: Under The Covers" in the past ten years of the Broadway at Birdland concert series That's a lot of really great music and insider stories told by some of country music's top hit-makers, superstars and up-and-comers.
This particular show was surrounded by lots of excitement, thanks to composer Shaw's brilliant cast: Erich Bergen, from the "Jersey Boys" film who sang from his new EP "Never Give Up," Desmond Child, who thrilled the crowd with his mega-hit "Livin' On A Prayer," James Dean Hicks, who sang and played a bunch of his No. 1 country songs, and this year''s Tony nominee from Les Miserables, Ramin Karimloo. Guitarist/singer Sergio Ortega lended musical excellence, and Victoria's two talented daughters, Ava and Ruby Locknar, got into the act, singing backup for one of their mom''s most beautiful tunes!

The evening was topped by an exquisitely harmonized, re-imagined bluegrass version of "Bring Him Home," Ramin''s 'eleven o''clock number' from LES MIZ. If the historic Birdland walls could talk, they'd brag about the thousands of spectacular jazz performances -- but they'd certainly give special mention to this perfect night of country.

Check out the full review and high-res photo gallery