We have another show for you to add to your list of summer tours, Jill Andrews North American tour. With tracks compiled of inspirational lyrics and tranquil vocals, Jill Andrews defines the blissful days of summer that are meant to lament and relive the pain of taxing fall and winter days.

Jill Andrews will be embarking on her tour in support of singer, songwriter and musician JD Souther. The tour kicks off June 12th in Carrboro, NC with stops along the way in New York, Philadelphia and Boston. Check out her official website for more tour information.

We all know that with an announcement of a summer tour, it usually means new music is coming our way. Jill Andrews has proven this complementary relationship to be satisfactory with the upcoming release of her debut album, “The Mirror”, which is set to drop on June 7th via Thirty Tigers.

Recorded with Scott Solter, Mirror‘s production cost was aided by fan contributions via Kickstarter. Fans can now download the album’s title track on her website. Also, you should prepare for the lead track, “The Mirror”, to break through the radio waves in May. So show off to other concert-goers this summer and get the lyrics and beat of the lead track down pat way ahead of time.

By hearing “Mirror”, we instantly felt a connection with Jill Andrews. Both women, so with that comes the emotional strides we experience, largely in the department of love, but that isn’t the only commonality we are talking about. The folkloric and at times, country sounding vocals have the ability to penetrate our rigid exterior, which is a tough job for an up and coming artist to do. We don’t find ourselves mourning with Jill Andrews’ tunes, but using them as a source of therapy. She is able to break down our wall of early week blues.

Invite her in and let her work her magic by downloading her newest track and purchasing that golden ticket, which will have you delightfully gliding through those summer days, free of grief.

by Lonnie Nemiroff

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