For Immediate Release
Tues, Aug 5, 2014
Brianna Gosse Announces Official Launch of ‘AERA’
Friday, August 22 at LSPU Hall @ 8PM
Featuring Special Guest Kat McLevey
Tickets on Sale Now!
St. John’s, NL — Newfoundland singer/songwriter, Brianna Gosse may be young, but she possesses a songwriting and musical maturity that stretches far beyond her years. On August 22, she will officially launch her debut full length recording, AERA, at The LSPU Hall in St. John’s.
With this stand out debut, Brianna confidently claims her place in the music world as a force to be reckoned with. Produced by Chris Kirby, AERA includes 10 original songs, performed with the poise and sureness of a seasoned artist. Whether solo acoustic or supported by a beautiful blend of keyboards and horns, Brianna’s soulfully smooth vocals glide with ease through an array of genres, making stops at jazz, pop, and even reggae.
At 18, Brianna’s career took a huge jump forward when she won the 2012 Statoil MusicNL Talent Competition. She has since taken the stage at numerous high profile festivals including the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival and The Wreckhouse Jazz and Blues Festival. She has showcased for industry mavens at the ECMAs and MusicNL, and has recorded several live performances for CBC Radio. Brianna is heading off to Boston in the fall where she will study vocal performance and songwriting at the internationally renowned Berklee College of Music.
Brianna will be joined on stage at The LSPU Hall by a full band as well as the ‘Horns of Justice’. “This record has been in the making for some time now and I am thrilled to finally be releasing AERA on the beautiful stage of the LSPU Hall,” said Gosse. “I’ll be performing with some amazingly talented musicians…an awesome way to send this recording out into the world!”
AERA is now available at www.briannagosse.com, on iTunes, Fred’s Records and O’Brien’s Music.
18$ (includes HST and fees) on sale now at the LSPU Hall box office, online at www.rca.nf.ca, or by telephone at 753-4531.
For all publicity inquiries:
Teresa Ennis | Limehouse Media