Soler power has Earth spinning

Andrea Soler is all about connection. Her live performances highlight her connection with her audience and the effect that connection has on audience members – and her. Her vibe, like her smile, is infectious. The room lights up with her energy and passion.

Andrea’s songs encapsulate her connection with (and love for) the planet and her personal connection with (and love for) other people. Her songs are an expression of her joie de vie.

And ‘joie de vie’ says it all: Andrea has French heritage and has recently returned from Europe where she recorded her album Earth On An Axis. It’s her first album and it’s a glowing testament to her musical intentions.

Taking time out during her current album launch tour, Andrea will perform an intimate show at Uki Church this Saturday, March 27.

She exudes an upbeat European feel while maintaining her own take on the indie folk/pop idiom. Earth on an Axis was recorded at Sonic Kitchen Studios in England with Alan ‘Big Al’ Hill at the helm. (Alan also produced her debut EP Better In The Sunshine.) In the midst of recording, Andrea was invited to play at the 2009 Isle Of Wight Festival and other UK summer events such as the Larmer Tree and Sunrise Festivals.

It’ll be a night of love, promise, dance and... connection.

Tickets are $10 at the door. The music starts at 8pm.


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