Kristin Cifelli Releases Third Album: "Middle of Nowhere"
In her third album, singer-songwriter Kristin Cifelli expands on her repertoire of powerful yet subtle, lyric-driven songs, influenced by folk, pop and country music. With her "unforgettable voice, at times soothing and at times full of intense energy," as one reviewer describes it, Cifelli has become a popular presence in East coast venues. This latest recording, called "Middle of Nowhere," is set to expand her fan base nationwide. The CD is available from cdbaby.com and on Itunes.
Cifelli has been featured on the Oxygen Network, the Fox 25 Morning Show and VH1, as well as in Billboard magazine, the Boston Globe and the Associated Press. She has played in legendary venues, including Boston's Club Passim and New York's The Bitter End.
A winner of the John Lennon Songwriting award, she has shared the stage with numerous celebrated performers, including opening for Aimee Mann with the Boston Pops at Boston's Symphony Hall. Boston-based Cifelli is also a voice professor at the Berklee College of Music. Her father is a native of Castelpetroso in Molise, Italy.
Kristin's website is at: www.kristincifelli.com