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Bittersweet
  • Artist: nonfiction
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 747014465820
  • Item #: SRD446582
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2/24/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Bittersweet on CD

Nonfiction: n. Literature that is not fictional, not pretended or false, not made up or imagined. Recently picked as Christianity Today magazine's Top 10 Independent Bands, and with a fanbase that's daily growing, Nonfiction is rapidly establishing itself as one of the up and coming pop/rock bands. Lead singer Julia Pirritano's thought-provoking words and passion-filled melodies can be easily found in this songstress's music. But more than anything, it's her unique, fine yet strong voice that turns people's heads for a closer listen. And Daniel Cho, bringing cello and keyboard to the table, is proud to finally be a part of something he can call his own, after having performed with/for many artists including John Mayer, Ben Jelen, Chick Corea, James Wright, Harland, Awry, Cameron Dezen etc. In the past. Nonfiction's debut album Bittersweet is full of catchy yet tasteful hooks, and creative, colorful arrangements that bring a whole new dimension to every song. '...Nonfiction has a fresh approach to songwriting... Pirritano's vocals are especially engaging and Cho has a keen sense of musicianship, all overlaying tasteful drum programming... ' - Christianity Today.