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Avery*Sunshine - No Clouds
Tuesday, March 15, 2011

It’s a rain soaked Friday afternoon in New York City and Avery*Sunshine is in her hotel room fretting over whether anyone will show up to see her perform later in the evening at the BAM Cafe in Brooklyn with the weather being so bad.

Not only would a crowd show up to see her, but they would pack the place. There’s a reason fans brave the elements to see Avery*Sunshine perform – she brings them relatable music that features a heaping dose of inspiration.

Avery*Sunshine has been through the ups and downs of life, and much like the classic R&B singers of the past she brings her real life, a real life that has included everything from having kids, to getting divorced, to dealing with the taxman, into her music. In 2010 she released her eponymous debut album and people have been connecting with her reality based lyrics, and vocal talent, ever since.

I caught up with Avery*Sunshine on that rain soaked Friday afternoon to find out more about the woman behind the music, in what ways she considers her music therapeutic, both for herself and listeners, and why she decided the “bald is beautiful” look is for her.

Read the full interview at SoulTrain.com.

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