Violinst and vocalist Andrea Zonn grew up in a music family. Her dad was a teacher of music theory and structure; her mom, an oboist and pianist. Andrea herself used the violin, but started fiddling at age group ten when she outgrew her traditional training. The mix of bluegrass improvisation with traditional elegance would impact her sound for a long time to arrive. Zonn found its way to Nashville at 16 and quickly found are a studio room musician. In 1990, she became a member of Vince Gill’s music group and continued to execute with the united states superstar even while she collaborated with such luminaries as Lyle Lovett, Alison Krauss, and Trisha Yearwood. Zonn produced her single debut in-may 2003 with Like CONTINUES ON (Compass). The LP included tasteful modern bluegrass, nation, Celtic, and pop affects and highlighted Zonn’s violin and soaring soprano throughout.
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