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Treya Lam is a classically trained
multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose
cinematic songs and ethereal vocals are
built on Nina Simone-inspired piano,
meditative guitar and lush chamber
arrangements.


Treya’s debut album, Good News, was
released via Kaki King’s label,
Short Stuff Records. Produced by Kaki (who
plays multiple instruments throughout the
album), the album was recorded with array
an of talented female musicians, most
notably Catherine Popper (Ryan Adams,
Jack White, Norah Jones) on upright bass,
and mixer Erin Tonkon (David Bowie,
Esperanza Spalding). Mastered by Sarah
Register, Good News is an instant classic,
full of the kind of songwriting and raw talent
that has never gone out of style, as well as a
message of love and longing. Because as
Treya says, "It's never too late to have a
happy childhood."

Treya has shared stages with Yo-Yo Ma
and the late jazz pianist Billy Taylor as well as
her frequent collaborations with Kaki King.
She seeks out nontraditional performance
venues and has played at the
Prospect Park Bandshell,
the American Museum of Natural History
and New York Public Library. Good News was
performed to a sold out crowd
at Joe’s Pub followed by a nationwide tour fall 2018.
She is a violist in the Little Kruta
Orchestra and a member of the
Resistance Revival Chorus.