Influences: John Mayer, Bonnie Raitt, Ryan Adams
Sounds like: Joni Mitchell, Adele, Dawes
After graduating from Berklee College of Music in 2012 with a B.A. in Professional Music, Brie Capone moved to New York City where she performed in legendary venues including The Bitter End, Bowery Electric and Rockwood Music Hall.
In 2016, Capone returned to her hometown of Asheville, NC to record her first solo EP Orbit at Echo Mountain Recording Studios. Following the release of Orbit, Capone achieved notable success; she was named New Song Music's LEAF Festival Singer-Songwriter winner, performed alongside Andy Palmer at Kennedy Center and competed in New Song Music's songwriting competition at Lincoln Center.
Enough is the second single off Brie Capone's upcoming EP 'If I Let You In.' Acknowledging a love that never was, Enough is an observation of loneliness. With an honest yearning reminiscent of Joni Mitchell and choral sound influenced by composer Aaron Copland, Capone achieves a sound that is isolated yet beautiful like a prairie landscape.
Joined by the talents of Jack Victor (drums), Peter Brownlee (guitars), Scott Gorski (bass), Merrick Noyes (organ), Olivia Springer (violin), Emily Spreng (cello) and Jim Aaron (clarinet), Enough settles somewhere between soul and alt-country.
Brie Capone invites us to experience her inner dialogue of disillusion with an intimate film by Peter Brownlee.
Following the release of Enough, Brie Capone will tour nationally to promote her upcoming EP 'If I Let You In.'