From dance to rock, from acoustic to electronic.
From her hit songs with international djs, to the prestigious pop-rock collaborations with Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull, David Arch (Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams), Steafan Hannigan (Bjork, Depeche Mode), Stephan Zeh (Lionel Richie, Phil Collins) Florian Opahle (Jethro Tull, Greg Lake) and many others.
Her music came in more than 15 Countries in the world and now she’s a close step from her debut in the North America with an EP produced among Italy, Germany, Sweden and the United States.
After winning some of the most important music festivals in Italy, such as “Mia Martini Award” and “Musicultura Award”, the major prize for the Italian songwriters, in 2004 Alessia D’Andrea met with Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull with whom she recorded “Locomotive Breath”.
From that moment Alessia started reaching the international markets, in fact her single “Time To Pray” (remixed by Molella, Future Funk and other DJs) was released throughout the world in Countries such as the UK, Romania, Australia, Spain, Poland, Norway, South Africa, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Mexico, Singapore, Czech Republic, Israel, etc. Later same year she signed a contract with the Ministry of Sound (UK).
In summer 2006 Alessia begins to perform outside Italy, singing live also for national Radios and Television, as well as in front of more than 100.000 adoring fans.
On July 2008 she was on stage again with the Jethro Tull, this time at the “Pistoia Blues Festival”, for their 40th anniversary. She was the only guest of the tour.
On March 2009 her new album “Alessia D’Andrea” (Renilin), with which she supports the charity campaign “Rewrite the Future” of Save the Children, is out in Italy and distributed also in Canada, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan. Besides, Alessia has been invited in the most important TV and radio shows of some Countries of the East Europe.
In the first half of 2010 her video clip “8 o’ clock” is played on different music channels, among them RAI Music, and it was picked by a TV show in China; some months later the music video “Tonight”, in the duet version with Lubo Kirov, was selected by MTV Europe for the World Chart Express.
In the second half of 2010 she released a new single with the well-known Italian DJ Molella, “Paradise” (Time Rec) that became the theme song for the most popular Italian radio show and one of the biggest hits of the summer.
On October 2010 Alessia was the special guest at Fabrizio De Andrè tribute concert at the Opera Theatre in Sofia, in front of the major National Authorities of the Country.
On 2011 she released “Live in Studio” (Renilin) a DVD of her acoustic-electric show.
On 2012 Alessia D’Andrea released “Set Me Free Set Me On Fire” in 3 versions (ballad, dubstep & progressive) showing once again her music versatility.
And thanks to this single she came to the attention of the Music House from London that decided to promote her song in all the clubs of the whole UK.
Also in the USA some journalists start writing reviews on her music, letting this artist been noticed by some American professionals with whom she signed a deal for the distribution of her new English EP for the American market.
On the 28th of February 2014 she released – through the Renilin Music label and with the publishing of Warner Music Chappell Finland & Spiridom – I Close My Eyes, a single with Jussi Mikkola, Finnish singer and actor, for the Scandinavian market.
On the 27th of March 2014 her Italian album – Luna d’inverno – is out. And now, she’s at a close step far from her debut in the States with an EP produced among Italy, Germany, Sweden and United States.