Lucy Chapin

Lucy Chapin

 Montpelier, Vermont, USA

Lucy Chapin is a singer-songwriter based in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. With a crystalline voice, polished guitar work, and evocative lyrics, Lucy’s performances receive consistent acclaim. She has opened sold-out shows for Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, Phil Lesh, and G. Love & Special Sauce. Taking some time off to raise her daughter, Lucy is ready to burst back on the scene!


Since the age of 13, Lucy has traveled the country playing music--from busking in the streets of New Orleans to securing slots in the jamband festival circuit. Lucy spent her 20s playing with a colorful cast of Vermont musicians and collaborating with the acclaimed banjo and pedal steel player, Gordon Stone. Upon moving to New York City in 2007, she teamed up with the lauded multi-instrumentalist, Jason Crosby (Phil Leah, Bob Weir). Lucy currently lives in the beautiful Mad River Valley of Vermont where she finds great joy as a mother, midwife, and musician.

Shows of Note: Sold out show at the Lebanon Opera House (NH), opening for Mary-Chapin Carpenter (2007) Sold out show at the Lebanon Opera House (NH), opening for Shawn Colvin (2007) Sold out show at the Higher Ground (VT), opening for G. Love & Special Sauce (2006) Performed in Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival (NY), Phil Lesh & Friends headlining (2002)

Lucy has also shared the stage with: Reid Genauer & the Assembly of Dust, Bob Coons & Marty Holland of the JGB, Hagar Ben Ari (Dap Kings), Joe Russo, Scott Metzger, Joey Williams (Blind Boys of Alabama), The Jazz Mandolin Project, Max Creek, and many others.


1999: Barefeet
2002: 1903
2010: Line of Sight