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INTRIGUERS MAKING WAVES: INGRID ANDRESS
7/31/20

By Holly Gleason

With her platinum-certified “More Hearts Than Mine,” Ingrid Andress toppled country radio’s woman problem—and took the ripple effect of love’s fallout to #1.

The Colorado-raised, Berklee-educated songwriter furnished material for Alicia Keys, Charlie XCX and Sam Hunt before embarking on a solo career that’s equal parts Carole King, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Faith Hill. “The Stranger,” meanwhile, establishes an important new voice that’s invested in our deeper humanity.

The classically trained pianist and drummer, who started the year doing select dates with Keith Urban, awaits an opportunity to return to the road, where she will finish Dan + Shay’s The Arena Tour, followed by the entirety of Tim McGraw’s Here on Earth Tour.