3 September 1980 (age 38)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Andrea Ramolo (born 3 September 1980 in Toronto) is a Canadian singer-songwriter and actor.
The daughter of first-generation Italian immigrants, Thank You for the Ride, was her debut album
As an actor, she had a dancing and singing role in an ABC movie with Tracey Ullman and Carole Burnett, and a starring role in what she describes as “the worst horror film ever made” in which
Along the way, she’s served tables, taught school, sung with cover bands, toured with rock groups, become a solid rhythm guitar player, and continued her childhood dream of becoming an accomplished songwriter.
She has played gigs all over Ontario, and recording sessions for her friends including Cindy Doire, The Trews, Martha & The Muffins, and The Strip. She took home three Toronto Music Awards (for Best Folk Album, Best Female Folk Artist, and Best Blues Song).
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