Welcome to the official Claudia Russell web site!


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Glad you're here!

Perhaps you know Claudia from more than a decade performing shows at music festivals, concert series, coffeehouses, and house concerts from San Francisco to Boston and beyond. Or maybe you just bumped into us on the internet or at the grocery store. In any case, thanks for coming by and checking us out.


You are listening to songs from All Our Luck is Changing, the fourth CD from Claudia Russell and her trusty sidekick Bruce Kaplan, produced by Peter Case.  We are pleased to say that we've already received airplay on more than 75 radio stations, and that every song from the CD has been played on the air.


We're glad you're here, and invite you to have a look around the web sit, and our other locations around the web:


Our YouTube Channel - where you can see performances from then, now and the future, too.

Our CD Baby page, where you can buy one or all 4 Claudia CDs.

Our iTunes Page - Go ahead, just get your favorite songs.

Our Facebook page - Like us! And stay up on the latest news.

Our SoundCloud page, where you can listen for free!









Upcoming Gigs













For booking email:  folkunlimited@att.net
or call 310-628-9589
. Click here to go to our EPK for presenters.

The reviews for "All Our Luck" are in, and they're really good! Check out these reviews from all over the web and all over the world!


More biographical info about Claudia and her band, the Folk Unlimited Orchestra. And a picture of what she really looks like.


Paul Zollo, senior editor at American Songwriter gave our new CD,  All Our Luck Is Changing an over the top rave review. He calls it "a masterpiece." Who are we to argue?


Our friend Christine Lavin, noted songwriter/performer and all around force of nature took to YouTube to tell people about our new CD!


An excellent review in Sing Out Magazine of the Claudia Russell and the Folk Unlimited Orchestra Live Band Tonight CD.


Claudia's father,  Gilbert Russell aka Val Rosing was a famous singer in the 1930s, best known for being the vocalist on the original BBC recording of A Teddy Bear's Picnic.