The protogé of Purple Rain’s Prince comes to Doka for a special acoustic show.Only 110 tickets on sale by request of Andy Allo herself.The beautiful ballad “Breakdown,” featuring Prince in his sweetest falsetto, is the album’s emotional centerpiece and a definite high point.The funky, experimental “Gold Standard” also stands out – it’s a classic Prince groove.Several of the tracks on but it’s a perfect counterpoint in its rawness and the sheer ferocity of its guitar-work.
."My character is a bad-ass rock-n-roll chick," the actress and musical artist tells E!This promises to be a very intimate performance by the American songstress indeed.Cameroon-born singer and songwriter Andy Allo is an artist who is truly paving her own path with a sound and vibe that is uniquely her own.She was really fun to play because of how much shade she throws at the Bellas." (Presumably Fat Amy will have a few things to say about that...)Serenity's group, Evermoist (yes, it's a purposely questionable name), poses one of the biggest challenges yet for our returning heroes, the Barden Bellas, as not only do they sing like angels—they jam on actual instruments, too.But despite some of the contentious barbs flying back and forth onscreen, Allo describes a "very fun, chill" vibe among the cast and crew on the set of the largely female-centric film, directed by music video veteran Trish Sie."It was incredible," 28-year-old artist recalls.Andy released her first album, Un Fresh in 2009 and two years later, joined Prince’s New Power Generation as a singer/guitarist and worked with the legend on her sophomore album, Superconductor.album was distributed as an extra in various European publications (it was never released in the U. The new albums are a strong return – at minimum they are as solid as his two best albums of the last decade, is a slick collection of enigmatic but funky pop and soulful R&B ballads with a futuristic vibe.And when it came time to make her second album, what turned into 2012's "I always knew I wanted to be an entertainer and an artist," she says. "Ever since I was little, I was putting on performances for my family or creating elaborate soap opera stories. "There were definitely moments where we'd all start singing and jamming as well. Kilimanjaro and after that, going over to Zanzibar, which is just off the coast of Tanzania, for some beach time and relaxing.It felt very much like summer camp."And while the role of Serenity, her most high-profile acting job to date, required a certain swagger, Allo just brings that naturally to the stage. One beauty product that helps get you through the winter: Heal-All Salve by Avena Botanicals.