The heart and soul of Lefty Lucy© is Lucy Malia and Nick DiBlasio.  Lucy and Nick collaborate to write their original songs that they have recorded.  Their dynamic performances on stage have captivated thousands. Their friendly, approachable personalities off stage have endeared thousands as well.

Lefty Lucy© is a professional band that performs as a full five-piece band. They perform popular cover songs as well as many original songs.  Lefty Lucy has played all over the world, including Las Vegas, Bermuda, Key West, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Panama Canal, Cabo San Lucas, Lake Tahoe, Colorado, Nashville, Boston, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and many privately owned Motor and Sailing Yachts.  Lefty Lucy continues their tour and spends most of their time between Colorado and New Jersey, and perform nightly in both locations. Colorado in the winter as the house band for a major Ski Resort and various locations in New Jersey in the Summer, including Atlantic City.
     Lefty Lucy© started their Las Vegas residency in April 2006 playing for Harrah's Casino at the world famous Toby Keith's 'I Love this Bar and Grill' and 'The Piano Bar.'  The five-piece band played a great variety of New Country music mixed with some rock at Toby's.  Toby himself even joined Lefty Lucy many times for renditions of "I Love this Bar," and "Get Drunk and Be Somebody," "Whiskey Girl," and many others.  After much success at both clubs, Lefty Lucy has since moved venues from 'The Piano Bar' to 'The Extra Lounge' at Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino.  They play more of a rock oriented show showcasing favorites from the 70's onward.  Rounding out their schedule Lefty Lucy also performs selected dates at Jimmy Buffett's 'Margaritaville' in the Flamingo hotel.  Their many years living and performing in Bermuda have been a great precursor to Jimmy Buffett's style.

                                                           Lucy Malia
                                       Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar, Harmonica
     Lucy has been singing and playing the piano since she was a very young child.  She performed the National Anthem at a Philadelphia Phillies MLB game in Veteran's Stadium.  She also won the honors to perform the same song at her University graduation.  Lucy did some recording in Nashville and while there, entered a singing competition.  After being named the winner, she had the honors of performing her original songs at the Country Music Hall of Fame.  Later that evening she shared the stage with 'Nashville Star' finalist, Miranda Lambert, at the Wild Horse Saloon and sang for a packed house. 
     While working with A & M Records in Philadelphia, she met Sheryl Crow, saw her concert and was immediately blown away by Sheryl's ability to master so many instruments.  So inspired by Sheryl's performance, Lucy soon taught herself to play the guitar and harmonica.  After joining up with Nick DiBlasio, the two formed Lefty Lucy in 1996 and started writing songs together and playing in Philadelphia.  They soon began a whirlwind tour that has taken them to many exotic places including: Bermuda, the Las Vegas Strip, St. Thomas, Puerto Rico, Mexico, California, Colorado, Boston, New Jersey, and many privately owned motor yachts. 
     Lucy has performed with many of Rock and Country's finest including Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Michael Anthony (bass player for Van Halen), Neal Schon (lead guitar for Journey),  Jeff Scott Soto (performed lead vocal tracks for movie, "Rock Star," now lead singer for Journey), Virgil Dinati (formerly drummer for Steve Vai, now Soul Sirkus), David Lauser (drummer for Sammy Hagar), Vic Johnson (guitar for Sammy Hagar), Marco Mendoza (formerly bass for White Snake, now Soul Sirkus),  John Eddie, Jeff Watson (guitar player for Night Ranger) and others.

                                                           Nick DiBlasio                                         
                                                    Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals
     Nick has been playing the guitar since he was six.  He was fortunate to grow up in a musical family and honed his skills.  With a background in musical theatre, Nick's showmanship flourished when he performed in Bermuda.  He teamed up with Lucy and they wrote and recorded two CD's of original music.  Lucy and Nick's chemistry on stage is undeniable and their friendly and warm personalities have made them many friends around the globe.

Lefty Lucy© was discovered by Grammy Award nominated James P. Gallagher, an accomplished producer whose clients include: Stevie Wonder, Patti LaBelle, the Sound of Philadelphia and many more. His work has landed him on numerous Gold Records. Gallagher was immediately blown away by Lucy’s voice and songwriting ability. After Gallagher heard Lefty Lucy©, he invited them into the studio to record their original songs.
     Lefty Lucy teamed up with Jimmy Buffett's and performed a show in St. Thomas.  The sold-out live show was broadcast on and also all throughout the Virgin Islands on the radio.
     Lefty Lucy has been the house band in many venues including two popular clubs in Bermuda, Jack's Bar in Copper Mountain, CO, The Green House in St. Thomas, USVI, Reed's Night Club in Philadelphia.  While based in Las Vegas, they were the house band in three venues: Toby Keith's "I Love this Bar and Grill," at Harrah's Casino, "The Extra Lounge" at Planet Hollywood, and also Jimmy Buffett's "Margaritaville" in the Flamingo.