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Join Alyssa Dann for her solo performance on, Thursday, July 29, 8 PM, broadcast on YouTube, accepting audience reservations of 15 people.

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Join Alyssa Dann for her solo performance on July 29, 8 PM, broadcast on YouTube, accepting audience reservations of 15 people.

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Alyssa Dann

Born in a world of music, Alyssa Dann is an 19 year old singer songwriter raised in the legendary artist enclave of Woodstock, NY. A featured performer at many venues, Alyssa has received favorable reviews in the pool of professional singer songwriters immersing them in her folk, jazz, and pop style.

As a child that was more quiet and reserved, rather than loud and boisterous, “Whether it was a sharp lyric or a beautiful suspended chord, music made it easier for me to express my energy into a form that I could grasp.”

    She grew up in a very musical household, attending songwriting camps and music festivals behind the scenes with her dad, a bass player, and learned to sing from her mother at age five. 

By age seven, she dipped her toes into songwriting, improvising the lyrics and melodies to silly songs such as, The Little Green Dinosaur about a little dinosaur who gets bullied and earns the respect of his peers, while her dad accompanied her on guitar. Wanting to explore an instrument less in the spotlight, Alyssa put aside the guitar to pick up the bass.   

    At thirteen, she was subbing songs on her dad’s gigs playing bass at BB Kings and The Red Lion. When she attended her first Summer Songs East at age fifteen, she found her passion and picked up the guitar again so she could accompany herself, “once I got the courage to share what I was writing, I found a lot of solace in it. It was a vulnerable but exciting form to play with ideas that we don’t casually talk about. We talk of falling in love a lot, but we don’t often give advice on heartbreak, or the transition of human life.”   

    She caught the songwriting bug, and began scribbling her thoughts into fairytale songs for english classes and various school projects. That November 2017, she received a youth scholarship to The North East Regional Folk Alliance, where she performed cover songs in Dan Navaro’s Cantina Navarro.   

    In 2018, Alyssa released her first original single on Soundcloud, Black and Blue, which she played at Club Passim in Boston for their Youth Folk Winter Festival.   During her senior year of high school, Alyssa released her first EP entitled, Vitamin M; for how healing and necessary music is. The project has four songs, Silvia, Siamese Twin, Willow Tree, and Murphy’s Song, and explored themes such as destined and forbidden love, multiple personalities, the loss of a friend, and and learning to be more self loving and not need a boy by your side to feel validated.    

    Before the pandemic hit, Alyssa played backup guitar and vocals in Emerson Faucet’s band playing songs they wrote together such as Text U Back and Mom Cried, with Jaden Thomas on keys, Luciano on bass, and Seamus Brady on drums at venues in the East Village like Lola’s, and Piano’s. The band hopes to reunite as soon as it is safe.   

    While the uncertainty of the pandemic hangs over us, Alyssa just released her second EP, More Than Sad Songs on May 22, 2021! The Ep was first inspired in a positive psychology class with a desire to question why as humans we have a tendency to focus on the negative aspects of our lives rather than more surface thoughts or uplifting words.

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