Based out of Brooklyn, N.Y,, Andrea Asprelli is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter. She has released two albums of original music as the front woman and songwriter for Cricket Tell the Weather, alumni winners of the FreshGrass Award. She began performing her own songs after her song, Remington, co-written by musical collaborator Jason Borisoff, won the Podunk Bluegrass Songwriting Competition in East Hartford.
Asprelli’s music has been called, “down to earth” and “refreshing” by New York Music Daily, with a “refreshing lack of pretense” by That Music magazine. In her latest endeavor, she comes to the stage with a round of new songs and a knack for clawhammer banjo, performed with guitarist Jason Borisoff. She is currently working on a solo EP of original music.
Come to South Congregational Church, 242 Salmon Brook St., on Saturday, Feb. 8. Show starts at 7:30 p.m., doors open 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at salmonbrookmusicseries.com for $15 or by calling Arlene at 860-916-5066. If not sold out, tickets may be purchased at the door for $18. The venue is cozy but small, so buying tickets in advance is the best way to ensure that you see this remarkable show. Proceeds go to support the mission of South Church.