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Andrea von Kampen

Andrea von Kampen first appeared in the public eye with her submission of "Let Me Down Easy" into NPR's 2016 Tiny Desk Contest. Within 24 hours of submission, All Songs Considered tweeted her video as the featured artist of the day, saying they were "completely blown away." Andrea von Kampen is an independent folk singer-songwriter based in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her debut album, "Old Country," features exclusively Nebraska-based musicians, and inspiration for her songs often comes from the literature, art, and nature of Nebraska and the Midwest. Andrea's effortless vocal delivery has been praised by Hear Nebraska as "soulful and worn-in." The  album's title track is based on the book My Ántonia by Nebraska author Willa Cather. Andrea has shared stages with such artist as Tall Heights, Ira Wolf, Dead Man Winter, The Brother Brothers, Dead Horses, Darling West and many more. She's a major new Midwestern artist whose music has depth and homespun conviction.