Charissa Mrowka | Here Comes the Cold

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Here Comes the Cold

by Charissa Mrowka

Music that is honest, vulnerable and meaningful; Moody pop rock.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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Charissa is a 23 year old pop rock singer songwriter currently residing in Nashville.

She has been singing on stage since she was just 7 years old and fronted her first band (Charissa & Auburn Sky, later Charissa & Country Cross) at 10 years old. She has performed all around WI, IL, IN, OH, and TN, at every type of venue from smaller intimate stages to main stages at festivals, state & county fairs, indoor theaters, and amphitheaters, including House Of Blues (Chicago and Cleveland), Genesee Theatre, and Summerfest (Milwaukee). With a background in country music, she has opened for many touring artists such as Hunter Hayes, Florida Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Rodney Atkins, Billy Currington, Randy Houser, LeAnn Rimes, Billy Ray Cyrus, as well as Disney stars Mitchell Musso and Cody Simpson to name just a few.

Charissa released her first original (country) EP, “Simply Together” in 2012, followed by her moodier pop rock 2017 EP, “Pathos” (available on streaming platforms and Itunes now).

She is currently working on another EP that will be released in 2019.

Charissa is passionate about creating music that is vulnerable, honest and meaningful - moody but redemptive. Stay tuned for all the music that is to come...

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