Adrienne Mack-Davis '10 is a classically trained vocalist from Rochester NY getting her early musical training under the close watch of Patricia Alexander, at The Eastman School of Music as well as graduating from The School of the Art's High School. Having served a term of service as a corps member in City Year New York she has always been conscious of giving back and inspiring others through art. She is a skilled vocalist with an unmistakable soulful sound as well as poetic emcee skills to boot. She recently took home the first place prize at the YRB/Brandsway Creative-sponsored Battle of the Bands event in NYC and is currently working and collaborating with as many artist's as possible from house DJs to underground and mainstream hip hop producers as well as pop music writers and performers.
Adrienne is currently an official artist of Fighting for Futures, which is an organization of creative individuals who use the arts to raise awareness and better the lives of those in need. She believes her message is in the people. The people make the musician's, the writer's the dancer's...any artist's popular success possible. Her vision is to bring empowerment and expression back to the people and to use her success in the music industry as a way to inspire people to live their highest creative calling. Adrienne Mack-Davis loves conscious podcasts and if she isn't writing she is listening.
Adrienne Mack-Davis is currently working on her second project with Michael Leary '10 (music production). Her first full length album is expected to drop spring 2012. Be sure to stay up to date with Adrienne Mack-Davis and "like" her on Facebook/amackdavis.
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