SONGBIZ MENTOR, APRIL 2021
Andrea Wasse is a Canadian-born singer songwriter living in the City Of Angels. She has been writing for Sony ATV Music for 25 years.
Front woman for the goth pop duo Digital Daggers, the dream wave duo DeadXLife, and newest vocalist for the jangly guitar pop band Nightjacket.
Her solo endeavours take her anywhere from dark alt country to ‘Viking Enya’ land, and she has lent her voice to recent releases by Phlotilla as a featured artist.
Her long-time band The Weekend has issued three albums and continues to produce pop music with themes that revolve around the attainment of ‘perfect love’. They has travelled worldwide and are popular in Asia and Australia. In 2004, they toured Indonesia as part of Soundrenaline 2004, the largest rock music festival in the country.
The Weekend has lent its music to feature film soundtracks (Freaky Friday, Uptown Girls, D.E.B.S.) and television shows such as The Simple Life 2 and Mary-Kate and Ashley’s So Little Time.
Andrea Wasse has co-written for Canadian Idol (2004), CTV Television series Instant Star, and album tracks for artists Jenna G and Amanda Stott.
Wasse co-wrote “Watch Me Move”, performed by Fefe Dobson. The song has been released as a digital download and as music videos. “I’m a Lady” is another of the songs co-written by Wasse. The songs appeared on Dobson’s album Joy, released in November 2010.