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Stepping Stones

by Samantha Aurelio

Vocally charged Indie-Pop Songwriter dipped in Classic Rock
Genre: Pop: Piano
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  Song Share Time Download
1. These Walls
3:59 album only
2. Circles
5:15 album only
3. Fly Away
4:22 album only
4. Better Ending
4:41 album only
5. Sometimes
5:05 album only
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Album Notes
Samantha Aurelio is a "big voice in a tiny body." This 5'0'' girl has been actively singing and performing since wee days of a smaller Samantha. Now a twenty-something, this singer/songwriter has released two EP's (most recently, Stepping Stones) and snagged a Grammy Nomination for her work on Blue Note Records artist Joey DeFrancesco's Never Can Say Goodbye in 2011. This small girl is ready to take this big city by storm.

"One of the best female vocals I have heard in a WHILE. Soulful, never pushed. Love everything about her."
-Erin Michelle Harris, 2012

Not to be unmentioned or diminished (unexpected appearances for this observer), other talented musicians, singer/songwriters performed this evening. With styles of [her] own, the beautiful words and sounds of Samantha Aurelio shined bright.
-David Pambianchi, 2010

"Aurelio’s big voice and soulful piano melodies evoke the likes of British singer Adele; both have a kind of “heartbroken soul” sound. This young star has seen success at an early age, and it appears she will see much more in the near future."
-Stephanie Zrebiec, 2011



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