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Sandi Moon is a 22-year old folk-pop singer-songwriter from Rochester, NH. She writes both for piano and ukulele, her songs ranging from sorrowful tunes of goodbye to quirky stories. A common remark to Sandi’s music is that her lyrics are very relatable. Sandi has performed at The Blue Mermaid in Portsmouth, NH, Panaché and the Union Court at UNH, Café Pretoriano in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, Awakenings Café in Laconia, NH, Ms. Pamona's Restaurant and The Teatotaller in Somersworth, NH, and a variety of open mics in the UNH and seacoast area. Her music is available to buy at Bull Moose Music stores, Michael Charles Music in downtown Rochester, NH, The Candy Bar in Durham, NH and online at various music distributors such as Itunes, CDbaby, and Amazon.
Sandi started creating her own music when, shortly after starting piano lessons in first grade, she began writing simple tunes for piano. During her middle school years Sandi would meet with the neighborhood “band” and write songs in her friend’s basement. In high school Sandi became more serious about writing piano music along with her melody and lyrics. Once attending The University of New Hampshire as a music education major with vocal concentration in 2008, Sandi began performing more than the few talent shows she played in during high school, hitting up many different open mics around campus. In 2009 Sandi completed her first CD, On Fire, containing ten songs written and recorded during her high school years, mostly consisting of just piano and voice. In the fall of 2009 Sandi spent three months studying abroad in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, where she organized and played her first solo act at a two-hour “happy hour” at Café Pretoriano. Upon returning from Italy, Sandi spent winter break recording her second CD, Trees, containing nine original songs, the majority of which were recorded at 1.1D Studios at Flyrock Records in Dover, NH. The CD has songs on piano and voice, with added bass, guitar, cello, and a few computerized loops such as drums. She released Trees on February 26th, 2010 with a performance at the UNH Union Court, ironically the same day as a horrible ice storm, with power outages and many fallen trees! In the summer of 2010 Sandi took up the ukulele, learning it quickly while working her third summer at Horton Center, a summer camp in the White Mountains. She finished her second album, People like You, on November 4th, 2011, which includes ukulele, piano, and many other instruments.