Singer/songwriter Adrianne’s passion for music developed at an early age. By seventeen, she was playing guitar and teaching herself the piano. Influenced by the likes of Omar Reid, Melissa Etheridge and the Indigo Girls, her music is categorized under the rock/alternative umbrella but she can be brash and sometimes border on the melancholy and bittersweet.
Adrianne was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Growing up in a primarily Hispanic neighborhood, Adrianne was exposed to such influences as hip-hop, R&B, grunge and of course Latin rythms.
Adrianne received her degree in music production and engineering from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Upon graduation, she re-positioned herself in Los Angeles to attack the LA music scene. Adrianne recorded and released the album For Adeline in 2000. She followed it up with 10,000 Stones in 2004, Down to This in 2005 and Sweet Mistake in 2006. In 2007, Adrianne self released an album of covers entitled Boy Songs.
It has been said that Adrianne could be the female counterpart to the late Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain. On the track “Love to You” from the album 10,000 Stones, it’s easy to see the reasoning for the comparison.