Soft and peaceful is “On My Mind” by Laura Jean Anderson. For those looking for a new soothing and organic artist to get hooked on look no further. The lyrics are intimate and enjoyable and positive which is always something I can use on my Mondays. It really doesn’t get much better than a cup of coffee in the now warmth of spring listening to relaxing music like this to help you escape the hustle and bustle of the city or if your anxious next move in life maybe this will help ease your mind as Laura Jean croons “it’ll be fine”. Having been through so much from growing up Mormon to farming in South America to studying classical music at CalArts you know there is a level of authenticity to her song “On My Mind” that you may not find elsewhere. Stream it below and learn more about Laura Jean Anderson.
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Born one of five kids in Olympia, Washington where grunge was king and liberal hippies thrived, Laura Jean was raised strictly Mormon. By her mid-teens, she rebelled — music was her first outlet.
First honing her vocal skill in church choirs through childhood, a bronchitis-riden audition led to a chance acceptance to California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and Laura Jean moved to California to study classical voice.
Through the years, she’s made her way working odd jobs, busking, living in an artist compound, and playing live in any capacity. She’s also done various forms of farm work in South America as well as berry farming in Washington state.