Lacey Troutman is a writer, singer, and dueling piano player living in New Orleans, Louisiana. When she was five Lacey’s parents bought a 1912 Beckwith Piano and put it in the library. The sellers threw in a pair of old roller skates but Lacey was more interested in trying out this new piano where she quickly developed a passion for playing, writing and singing.
After high school, Lacey earned a Vocal Performance degree at the College of Idaho. In 2009 she began her dueling piano career at the Bullshead Pub in Meridian, Idaho and in 2012 took this all-request piano show to The Brickyard in downtown Boise where she became resident player & music director.
Lacey booked her first international solo show at the Red Piano In St Maarten in 2014 and has been performing in piano bars and cruise ships around the world ever since.
In 2016 Lacey moved to New Orleans to become a house player at the legendary, first-ever dueling piano bar, Pat O’Briens. In addition to this, Lacey has played at numerous venues in New Orleans ranging from intimate solo and original performances to raucous dueling piano clubs on Bourbon Street.
In 2015 Lacey released her first EP, “Lights, music, magic” which includes the single “Black and White” and the title track “Lights, Music Magic.” In 2019 Lacey released her new single “I’m not saying” and is currently working on a full-length original album.
With over 11 years experience as a professional musician, Lacey continues to write and travel and often returns to Idaho to play the piano with which it all started.