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Ana Cristina Cash Celebrates Her Daughter’s Love of Hawaiian Culture With the Release of “Mele Kalikimaka”

Nov 24 | Posted by: AC Team

Ana Cristina Cash is an American singer-songwriter, raised in Miami, Florida by her Cuban parents who moved to the United States in the early 1960s during the onset of the revolution. Growing up listening to a multitude of genres, Cash’s sound was influenced by an eclectic array of inspiration from gritty Blues and Jazz to Pop-Country. Writing directly from the heart, the singer-songwriter’s recordings exhibit a broad vocal range, spanning from an expressive and resonating contralto to a soaring coloratura soprano, otherwise known as the “whistle register.” Writing from her heart first, all of Cash’s projects reflect her connection to Rockabilly and gritty Blues, along with a flavor of Country and Soul.

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