Aubrey Haddard

Aubrey Haddard is an indie-soul songstress, influenced by Amy Winehouse, Jeff Buckley, and Margaret Glaspy. Her debut album, Blue Part, released in July 2018, has received praise from WGBH, The Boston Herald, Vanyaland, DigBoston, and Atwood Magazine. Steeped in stories of love and passion, the unapologetic concept album is a fearless musical venture that displays Haddard’s keen sense of harmonic fluidity. Parts indie-soul, parts jazz infused alt rock, Blue Part simmers with a candescent intensity.

Aubrey Haddard’s trio has performed the historic strips of Nashville, the vibrant clubs of New York City, and will soon head to France for a week-long tour. Haddard was awarded “Soul/R&B Artist of the Year” at the 2018 New England Music Awards, as well as earning a nomination for “Song of the Year.” She has also been nominated for “Vocalist of the Year,” “Singer-Songwriter of the Year,” “New Artist of the Year”, and “Song of the Year” in the 2018 Boston Music Awards.