Audrey Hughes singer/songwriter Nashville
Songwriting began for Audrey one mothers day when her mom said to her "I'd love for you to come visit but I don't want to be an obligation". Audrey's response to this was a poem to her mom about how she is not an obligation and in fact quite the opposite in so many ways. After looking at the poetry that came from the desire to creatively share her message, she turned it into a song. Since then she has written many songs, played shows throughout New England and met wonderful people in the music community.
She studied at the Jeannette Neill Dance studio and The Dance Complex in Boston before moving to New York where she would continue studying dance at Steps on Broadway and Broadway Dance Center in Jazz, Lyrical Jazz and Theater dance. She also paints paintings and draws things too. She has a desire to connect to people in a culture that has a big connection problem with it's sometimes excellent vehicles to meet in person (social media cough) but nagging isolation that it helps create. For Audrey, music is a way to break that barrier of disconnect and enjoy decorating time with sound.