Andrea Colburn & Mud Moseley
Andrea Colburn is a fresh new face on the Americana scene. Don’t let her sweet smile and demeanor fool you. Her songs pack a punch like a pistol with an honest lyrical style that cuts through the bullshit like a switchblade. Colburn is out for blood.
Colburn was born and raised in NW Ohio. After a difficult move to St. Louis, MO at 13, Andrea turned to music and poetry. Highly inspired by Bobbie Gentry, Andrea wanted to learn to play guitar, so her mother bought her one as a gift at 14 years old. After life led her to Georgia in 2012, and she met all the right people, she started writing songs influenced by traditional country artists like Waylon, Willie, and Hank Sr. as well as new alt-country acts such as Shovels & Rope.
Colburn says of her songs “It’s no secret that a few boys have broken my heart over the years. I can’t really be too mad about it though, it kind of inspired most of my music. Might be why most of my lyrics talk about getting drunk and chasing them down to teach em a lesson. Or just getting drunk.”
Her debut album “Sad Songs & Switchblades”, recorded at the Green House Studios Atlanta, can be purchased at the show or any of the well known online music places (Spotify, iTunes, CDBaby, Bandcamp, Pandora, etc.).