Amy Allen is a 19-year-old sophomore Nursing student here at Boston College. She began songwriting, playing guitar, and singing at age 9 when she got her first acoustic guitar. Today, Amy's musical influences are bands such as The Civil Wars, Ingrid Michaelson, Fleetwood Mac, and Mumford and Sons, but when asked, she best categorizes her genre as "singer/songwriter/folk/pop." You can find more info about her on her website. Also, follow her on Facebook and Twitter
Kelly is a senior at Boston College finishing up her Biology major and Music minor and is looking forward to attending vet school next year. She describes her music as soul inspired pop with influences including Eric Hutchinson, James Morrison, and Justin Nozuka. Find her on Facebook.
Gabriel Shirley is a singer/songwriter currently based in Boston, Massachusetts. Originally from Houston, Texas, Gabriel began classical piano training at the age of 7 and integrated guitar into his repertoire at the age of 17. His music blends Americana folk roots with an honest and personalized lyrical style. Find him on his website, Facebook, or YouTube.
Richard is a senior from New York City at Boston College studying Economics and English. In high school he was in a pop punk band called Arms and Sirens and had an acoustic project called The Clap Track. He separated his ways with his bands due to distance but that didn't stop him from writing songs in his dorm rooms at Boston College. Check him out on you YouTube here!
I'm a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Westwood, MA, and my music is mainly pop/alternative rock, main influences being John Mayer, Eric Clapton, Matchbox Twenty, Coldplay, and others. My songs are all acoustic for now until I start a band which I hope to do after college. Find him on Facebook.
New Jersey native Nick Benevenia, lacking the friends to form a band, has found himself playing the role of a singer/songwriter. Taking cues from artists such as Brian Fallon and Tom Waits, Nick attempts to dive into the darker side of acoustic rock. Describing his work as "soul infused anger," his shows are generally louder than you expect from acoustic performers. Find him on Facebook or Bandcamp.