YOU’RE FINE – Available now!

Barbra Lica is a fast-rising Canadian jazz vocalist and songwriter, and has been receiving accolades for her unique vocal ability that stresses subtlety and grace. Based in Toronto, Barbra’s live shows have captivated audiences all over North America with her genuine warmth and confident stage presence.

Hot on the heels of her 2017 Juno-nominated recording, ‘I’m Still Learning’, Barbra Lica is back with her fifth and most ambitious offering to date – ‘You’re Fine’. Having spent the last couple of years touring clubs and festivals, Barbra found herself in Nashville where she was blown away by the sounds of old country and western swing. She dedicated the next year to song writing trips between Nashville and Toronto, collaborating with new songwriters and work-shopping with her band to find a new space for contemporary jazz, one that borrows and fuses elements of American country music.

“It starts and ends with Lica’s voice. It’s a bright, vibrant contralto one minute, laconic and syrupy the next when she lets a phrase die on the vine and trail off”

– Frank De Blase, Journalist, City Newspaper

‘You’re Fine’ covers all the bases: poignant, introspective, tongue in cheek and heart breaking. This genre-bending project breaks every rule while searching for commonalities between musical palettes, human experiences and two sides of one border. Recorded at Addiction Sounds Studios in the heart of Nashville, this represents Barbra’s second production with in-demand Canadian producer/bassist Marc Rogers. It also features Barbra’s full band of rising talents from Toronto alongside legendary guest artists Paul Franklin (Vince Gill, Mark Knopfler, Shania Twain) on the pedal steel guitar and multi-instrumentalist Wanda Vick Burchfield (Taylor Swift, Trisha Yearwood, Jason Aldean). ‘You’re Fine’ is a musical event not to be missed.


Yassss!! So excited for this show!! You might consider buying tickets right away for yourself and everyone you know.

I’m too scared to play it on the show, but you just know I’m playing it at soundcheck.
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Heather Bambrick @heatherbambrick
Just when you thought you knew all sides of @beelica ... soundcheck is getting more and more interesting! #SoundOfJazz, #DisneySongbook, @JAZZFM91

I’m looking forward to doing two or three good things and at least one very silly thing on this concert. Everybody should come. Let’s pack it!!

Nothing like those Christmas cuddle days with the Cookster. He’s a real diva but how can I say no? Alexa! Play Holiday songs by Barbra Lica! @amazonmusic @AmazonMusicCAN

Thanks so much for the play!! Wahooo!
Barbra Lica
Barbra Lica
Here it is!! Thanks so much to Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario for making this video possible. I hope you enjoy it, and may your life AFTER watching this video only get better and better.

Director: Dale Sood (Arts & Rec Productions)
Editor: Effie Christina(
Sound recording/mixing: Tyler Emond
Accordion and Vocals: Joel Visentin (JV's Boogaloo Squad)
Bass: Mark Godfrey
Hair: Jamie Potts (Hair by David and Co)
Makeup: Ashley Vieira
Song written by: Barbra Lica
Barbra Lica
When I'm Gone - Live Off The Floor
"When I'm Gone" is featured on my new album, You're Fine. Listen and Download: Connect with me: https://barbralicamus...
Barbra Lica
Barbra Lica
In celebration of our Toronto Jazz Fest co-bill with Marc Jordan, I’m releasing a new live performance video this Friday of my favourite tune off the album, “When Im Gone”, as captured by Dale Sood (Arts & Rec Productions) and Tyler Emond. It also features our resident funny man Joel Visentin on accordion/vocals and my ol’ bud Mark Godfrey on bass. Why my favourite tune you ask? It just sums up my life until now in a bizarrely accurate way. No YOU’RE having an existential crisis. No YOU hang up. Check out the preview below!
Barbra Lica
Barbra Lica
Barbra Lica
Hey friends,

Just a reminder that tomorrow I’m at The Great Hall with Laila Biali, Lori Cullen and Heather Bambrick, celebrating all that is Disney. If you don’t have tickets, you can get them here:

So...whatcha think I’m singing? There’s at least one obvious choice...