Andrea Nardello's music can be described with one word: power. Power in the studio; power onstage; power in her lyrics; and, power in her soaring melodies.
"My Aeroplane," Nardello's sophomore release, is under consideration for a Grammy Nomination for 2010. Produced by Aaron Levinson and backed by a topnotch studio band, My Aeroplane takes listeners on a ride through clear skies and thunderclouds. On it, Nardello explores romance, family, and friendship with sophistication and simplicity, embracing joy, love, camaraderie, and lusty encounters, punctuated with strong rhythms and surprising instrumentation. Her repertoire of original music includes Irish-flavored romps, classic ballads and quiet songs with an urban feel.
Working within the singer-singer genre with the soul and passion of Janis Joplin and Carole King, and the lyric sensibility of the best poets of rock, pop and hiphop, Nardello rises above the boundaries enclosing folk musicians, ensnaring fans far and wide – up and down both coasts and across the South.
Lovers of her music in Philly, West Virginia and Atlanta have packed her shows for years, and she is making a name for herself on Music Row in Nashville, having been invited onstage at several venues, fronting Jay Brunswick and Craig Curtis, among others. Concert-goers in Seattle, the French Quarter of New Orleans, and Kentucky have also experienced Andrea Nardello's exquisite music and powerful stage performances.
Whether the audience members come to a gig to see her show or for another act on the bill, when Nardello hits the stage the crowd ends up dancing, cheering and clamoring for more. Her debut album, Until Now, released in 2007, sold over 3,000 copies at her shows and has been described in the music industry press as, 'beating the Recession, one CD at a time.'
Writing, touring, recording, performing – Andrea Nardello and her music are quickly becoming a nationwide phenomenon.