“I sing for my supper,” says Connecticut singer-songwriter Drew Angus. He is the kind of freshness that New Americana music needs. With indelible hooks, savvy craftsmanship, relatable lyrics, vocal fireworks, and impressive harmonies, he brings a certain verve to his work that resonates with all.
Drew’s love for music came from artists like Tom Petty, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones. He’s influenced by classic rock mixed with artists of today like Ben Rector, The Lone Bellow, and John Mayer.
His work ethic and captivating nature have led him down some incredible paths. Drew has shared stages with Harry Styles and Nile Rogers (on SNL), Pat Benatar, Ann Willson, Andrea Bocelli, and Marc Broussard.
Drew’s latest release, “Broken Heart Last,” is an original written with Matt Giella. Drew asks the age-old question, “how long does a broken heart last?” Look for new music from Drew later this year.
The most synchronous part of this story is that he will be playing live at the 1st Art Show, exhibiting work by Artist Sonal Soveni, in which one artwork called the 'HeArt Chakra' depicts a story of healing the broken heart.
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