ReverbNation: Alice BrightSky

Alice Bright SkyWelcome to DrunkenWerewolf’s ReverbNation column; a place where you’ll find the fruits of our labour following out partnership with the app and social media music goliath. Over the next three months, we’ll be scouring submissions through their website to bring a selection of the finest to your ears.

Alice BrightSky is the project of a New Jersey singer-songwriter with a self proclaimed “passion in her body and soul”.

BrightSky bears a resemblance to guitar maestro Martha Wainwright, alongside her heroes Beth Orton and Joni Mitchell, but there’s a kick to lead song “Up Up and Away” that fellow vocalists of the same category might lack.

Influenced by the varied likes of jazz musician Sarah Vaughn and rock legend Janis Joplin, BrightSky’s music is a funny sort of animal: part sultry finger click, part whisky drenched melody. One thing’s for sure, it’s as catchy as the fires of hell after a particularly bad drought.

Check out “Up Up and Away” below, and head over to Alice BrightSky’s FaceBook page here.


One Response to “ReverbNation: Alice BrightSky”


  1. Alice BrightSky » Featured Press - 26/02/2014

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