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Andi Starr is a classically trained pianist who picked up a $100 guitar after college and approached it much like she would a piano. Over a decade and six albums later, the resulting music reflects not only the ambiance and dynamics of her classical upbringing but has garnered comparisons between The Cranberries, early Jewel, and Tori Amos. As a traveler of the inner world, Starr’s particular gift is in turning difficult subject matter into heartfelt, sometimes haunting, and always beautiful compositions. Culturespill Magazine states: “Andi Starr hits the right notes: the notes that hurt, the notes that know you, the notes that make you meet yourself.”
The World Will Follow will be Starr’s sixth album (and third studio release). In the early production phase, Starr sat down with her long-time collaborator and co-producer, S. Asher Sund, to talk about the vision. Wanting to deconstruct the “girl and her guitar” singer/songwriter image, the idea was to introduce the new, “electric” Starr, and especially to recover some lost sounds and influences from her childhood, particularly from bands like The Cure and Depeche Mode. With co-production help from Jesse Seibenberg (of Supertramp) and Jordan Richter (Sixpence None the Richer, Jars of Clay), it is safe to say that Starr has obtained the sound she was looking for. The first single, “Little Bird,” has sat at the top of the ReverbNation charts for California and continues to gain momentum with help from the music video. Be part of Starr’s journey at www.AndiStarr.com and www.facebook.com/AndiStarr.com.
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