PODCAST: Inside Berklee—Presidential Scholar Sierra Hull

Rob Hochschild
March 19, 2011
Sierra Hull<br /> <strong>Hometown:</strong> Byrdstown, TN<br /> <strong>Major:</strong> Performance<br /> <strong>Instrument:</strong> Mandolin

Sierra Hull's career was already taking off when she landed at Berklee in September 2009. The mandolinist's debut CD was out on Rounder Records and she was on the road more often than not when she accepted a presidential scholarship and enrolled in the college's new artist diploma program.

Now in her fourth and final semester at Berklee, Hull recently sat down to talk about her world and the experience of being a Berklee student. She admits to the challenges of balancing career and school, especially during a time of increasing popularity of her music. During this edition of Inside Berklee, you'll hear Hull talk about all of it, and you'll also hear a few selections from her disc, Daybreak.

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More on Sierra Hull

Rounder Records Profile of the Artist/Student

Video for "Easy Come Easy Go"