Samantha Schultz / Ingrid Andress / Evelyn Horan
This line up features three talented Berklee students who are making a name for themselves as singer-songwriters. Samantha Schultz’s guitar playing is only surpassed by her ability to wrap her mature, soulful voice around any song that she sings. Her instrument of choice for accompaniment is her acoustic six-string guitar. Schultz writes her own lyrics and music, and has a range of subject matter far exceeding her young years.
Ingrid Andress made her first appearance with Pitch Slapped on the Sing-Off in 2010. A year later Andress joined Delilah, an all-female a cappella group, who also made their debut on the Sing-Off in 2011.
Evelyn Horan was born in Mons, Belgium, just north of the French border. She is a classically trained flautist, as well as a jazz pianist, guitarist and vocalist. Horan has accompanied legendary jazz and rhythm and blues greats such as Lew Soloff and Ernie Watts on both piano and voice during her high school career. The songs she writes are mainly acoustic/pop based with lots of jazz influences.