adrena

adrena

 Jackson, Mississippi, USA
BandPopSinger/Songwriter

My music brings to the forefront things women sometimes feels but unable to express.

Biography

Southern Soul vocalist, songwriter and instrumentalist, Adrienne Ervin, “ADRENA”, born May 24, 1980 in Jackson Mississippi. Her singing career began at age five in County Line Baptist Church singing solo “I May Be Young and May Never Get Old”. This being her first solo part, she received a standing ovation from the crowd... Being a young Black artist, the church provided the ample training needed to enhance her natural talent, especially in the Blues arena.

In April, 2008, ADRENA completed her first single, “WHAT’S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE”. The single was released to the media and received outstanding responses. March, 2010 her second single, Cheatn on Da Back Street took off with a bang and is being played across the US, UK and France.

She has performed with artists such as Denise LaSalle, Omar Cunningham, T.K. Soul, Vick Allen and others across the South. In 2002 through 2008 she sang background for Peggy Scott Adams, Jimmy Lewis, William Bell and Barbara Carr. Her mission is to infuse her love for the Blues into a new generation of music lovers.

ADRENA’s love for music has always been astounding. Her creativity allows her to put words from her heart to a beat on the keys. These things inspired her to take voice training along with piano and drum lessons. She became the 1st chair female percussionist in Middle School. Her God given talent has led her to become a choir member, a soloist, a Choir Director and now a Southern Soul artist.

“Others have gotten it, and so can I”. The artists that ADRENA has performed with salutes the calm confidence ADRENA shows in the studio and the fiery showmanship shown on stage. That’s to say, “What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander.”


Discography

Good for theGoose
Cheatn on Da Back Street
Weekend Luv
So Addicted
Good Man
Yo Stuff
Cheatn Man Blues