Adrienne is a singer songwriter who loves to perform, write and record music. One of her passions is to collaborate with other songwriters and arrange and record her music in the studio. Over the years she has written music with almost a dozen great songwriters creating music in many different genres. Many of these songs haven't been finely expressed in a recorded fashion which has recently moved her to put together her own recording studio. Now she begins a new journey in her life learning the art of recording and giving voice to the many unrecorded songs she's written over the years, spreading her music to the world using the internet, while making her living performing music in the Florida Keys.
I joined broadjam at the end of Oct. I am very interested in connecting with other writers, engineers and producers. I've just begun learning how to record and my song Blue Day is my first recording effort which I wrote, recorded and mixed in 4 days because I wanted to have it on my page for my submission to the Miami Music Festival which I will be performing at! Any advise from other broadjam members is very much appreciated.
Adrienne is a singer and songwriter who's voice and songs are reminicent of artist's like Joni Mitchell, Riki Lee Jones and Sara McLaughlin. Early in her music career, Adrienne achieved local success in the Metro Boston area both in local clubs and the streets of Harvard Square, Cambridge. After producing her first release, One Step Closer. Her song, "Overboard" became the most requested song that year on Boston radio station WERS. Soon after producing her second release "Dust into Dawn," she was nominated for a Boston Music Award and featured in Boston Women Magazine. After her third release, "Looking Within Looking Without, " she got heavy airplay on college radio and a feature article in Songtalk published by the National Academy of Songwriters where they called Adrienne, "an enchanting......exquisite talent." In an article entitled Adrienne - More than Just FolkLore, the live review states, " There's a mystical quality in her writing that I've seen in few other performers...... it is beyond me someone this talented has not been signed to a major label record deal. In 1993 she joined forces w/fellow singer/songwriter Marsia Shuron Harris and together they performed in the Keys and throughout New England as the duo Aye. http://www.ayemusic.com Their CD, "Sweet Life" was chosen in the top 10 albums of 2000 by The Greenfield Recorder and they received stellar reviews in Northeast Performer Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Key West Citizen and Key West The Newspaper, to name a few. Currently, Adrienne performs solo and recently finished a CD with the rock band Injade, http://www.injade.com which she formed in 2002 with partner David Tortolano. The band has received rave reviews throughout the Florida Keys everywhere they perform their music. Both Adrienne and Injade have been getting airplay on local radio stations as well as television. Whether performing solo or with the band Injade, Adrienne's sweet and alluring vocals are a welcome treat to any who listen.