Arsena Schroeder is an American soul artist with alternative, gospel, and folk influences. Based out of Charlotte, NC, this multi-talented singer-songwriter is known for her acoustic-driven tunes.
Having released her debut EP, Abundantly, in 2013 and her debut full-length album "For My Artist Child" in 2014, Schroeder has accomplished much in her nearly four years touring as an independent recording artist. This list includes but is not limited to performing for NYC's Rockwood Music Hall, joining the Breedlove Guitars Artist Roster, becoming a NC Arts & Science Council grant recipient, and winning over hearts at The Time Warner Cable Arena. Schroeder originally from Pittsburgh, PA has impressed her way into the hearts of the local and regional scene.
In her latest release, Anchor Down Below (2016), Schroeder explored a new sound with beats produced by Dylan Graham, co-written with songwriting veteran Tera Jackson. It showcaess Schroeder's collaborative abilities with an unexpected feature by rapper Modest Jon on a song "The Call". The Next Gig Europe says, "Although the new sound took some getting used to, what is the same are the strong vocals of Schroeder and beautiful quiet compositions. The star of Arsena Schroeder is rising in the United States".