Singer/songwriter Sierra Hull appears at the Berklee Performance Center of the Berklee College of Music for a festive First Night celebration in the city of Boston. A 2011 graduate from Berklee, Hull has been featured on the Country Music Television with her talents as a bluegrass singer/songwriter.
Hull hails from Byrdstown Tennessee, and was accepted to a Presidential Scholarship at the Berklee College of Music. Rounder Records signed Hull at the age of 13 and released her debut album Secrets in 2008. Her second album Daybreak was released in 2011.
Hull befriended her mentor Alison Krauss, and both artists performed at the White House in November 2011. Krauss had a hand in producing Hull's first two albums for Rounder Records.
In 2013, Hull was nominated for the 2013 International Bluegrass Music Awards for mandolin. Matt Glaser, director of Berklee’s American Roots Music Program says that Hull “has no limitations as a musician.” The child prodigy is positioned to have a rewarding career, and her talents continue to amaze audiences.
The event starts at 6:45PM will be simultaneously broadcast on WUMB-FM 91.9 starting at 7:00PM Tuesday December 31st.