Lucy Woodward might be best known for writing Stacie Orrico's hit 2003 single "(There's Gotta Be) More to Life" but that same year, she released her own powerful debut album, While You Can, which netted her her own Top 40 single, "Dumb Girls." An award-winning songwriter, Woodward's skills go far beyond the pop world. She has performed with multi-genre "little orchestra" Pink Martini, used funk-fusion band Snarky Puppy as her backing band and even wrote and recorded songs for several film soundtracks, including the Golden Globe-winning The Blind Side, What a Girl Wants, Last Vegas and Ice Princess, which features her big-band rendition of Bjork and Betty Hutton's "It's Oh So Quiet." Her four solo albums effortlessly move across multiple genres, including gypsy-swing, jazz and R&B. See this vocal dynamo live when she comes to the Kirkland Performance Center.