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The Best Regional Artist
Biography: April Renzella
From an early age, I’ve always felt called to perform”, recalls emerging artist April Renzella. “Music has always been an amazing outlet to express what I’m feeling, whether it’s adding thoughts to paper, or singing live on stage”, she adds. April laid down her country roots early, albeit in a more unorthodox way than most. From an early age she would be recognized first as an accomplished equestrian. “In those days”, April remembers, “I would spend hours with my horse, immersing myself with the country greats on the radio at that time. Hearing Leann Rimes singing ‘Blue’ left a great impression on me, and was a big influence in peaking my interest in performing back then.” April would go on to garner acclaim in her school through many chorus and solo performances, still she knew she wanted to be stretched more as a singer, performer, and a songwriter. In 2015 she won the NACMAI award for Songwriter of The Year, an accomplishment of which she hopes is the first of many. From school performances to the shows on the ‘big stage’, this classically trained singer is sure to be a country music force to be reckoned with. April Renzella is a fast rising Country/Pop singer songwriter who has quickly garnered an impressive list of performances throughout the New England area. Her upbeat songs speak of Love, Inspiration and Americana. “April is a new breed of artist from the ‘nawth’ whose fire for country music was ignited by traditional roots.” says producer Ric Poulin. The 22 year old Massachusetts native has dreamed about being a Country Singer since she heard Leann Rimes’ ‘Blue’ when she was only 5 years old. An avid and accomplished equestrian, she played her radio while spending hours on end with her horse and soon began to immerse herself into country music. Throughout her elementary years April sang with her school chorus and performed a solo at nearly every performance. But even at a young age, April knew she wanted more. When she was 12, she studied voice with a classical teacher however after 4 years, she realized she needed to seek out someone who could teach her how to sing like a "Country Star". “For me, music has always been a way to express what I’m feeling and get anything out of my system. Now, I’m putting these thoughts on paper to write songs with my unique point of view and create many hits”, says April. “In the back of my mind, I have always wanted to be a performer, which is why I always pushed myself to get on stage, to buy the new Leann Rimes’ CD, to watch performances of my idols. My parents knew about this goal I had as well, which is why even at birthday parties, they would hand a microphone over to me and tell me to sing.” And she always did (her most popular performance at that age being (‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’). April always jumps at the offer to perform and consistently ‘wows’ her audiences
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From an early age, I’ve always felt called to perform”, recalls emerging artist April Renzella. “Music has always been an amazing outlet to express what I’m feeling, whether it’s adding thoughts to paper, or singing live on stage”, she adds. April laid down her country roots early, albeit in a more unorthodox way than most. From an early age she would be recognized first as an accomplished equestrian. “In those days”, April remembers, “I would spend hours with my horse, immersing myself with the country greats on the radio at that time. Hearing Leann Rimes singing ‘Blue’ left a great impression on me, and was a big influence in peaking my interest in performing back then.” April would go on to garner acclaim in her school through many chorus and solo performances, still she knew she wanted to be stretched more as a singer, performer, and a songwriter. In 2015 she won the NACMAI award for Songwriter of The Year, an accomplishment of which she hopes is the first of many. From school performances to the shows on the ‘big stage’, this classically trained singer is sure to be a country music force to be reckoned with. April Renzella is a fast rising Country/Pop singer songwriter who has quickly garnered an impressive list of performances throughout the New England area. Her upbeat songs speak of Love, Inspiration and Americana. “April is a new breed of artist from the ‘nawth’ whose fire for country music was ignited by traditional roots.” says producer Ric Poulin. The 22 year old Massachusetts native has dreamed about being a Country Singer since she heard Leann Rimes’ ‘Blue’ when she was only 5 years old. An avid and accomplished equestrian, she played her radio while spending hours on end with her horse and soon began to immerse herself into country music. Throughout her elementary years April sang with her school chorus and performed a solo at nearly every performance. But even at a young age, April knew she wanted more. When she was 12, she studied voice with a classical teacher however after 4 years, she realized she needed to seek out someone who could teach her how to sing like a "Country Star". “For me, music has always been a way to express what I’m feeling and get anything out of my system. Now, I’m putting these thoughts on paper to write songs with my unique point of view and create many hits”, says April. “In the back of my mind, I have always wanted to be a performer, which is why I always pushed myself to get on stage, to buy the new Leann Rimes’ CD, to watch performances of my idols. My parents knew about this goal I had as well, which is why even at birthday parties, they would hand a microphone over to me and tell me to sing.” And she always did (her most popular performance at that age being (‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’). April always jumps at the offer to perform and consistently ‘wows’ her audiences
Biography: April Renzella
Images: April Renzella