A 2008 high school graduate, Adrienne “is already displaying real depth as a singer/songwriter,” said Folk Alley, who named her their March 2009 “Open Mic” Featured Artist of the Month. A self-taught singer and guitarist, she has produced a debut CD, "Goodnight to the Stars", released July 2009. "Goodnight" was recorded over the past fifteen months at Bartlett Recording, Elkhart, compiled from the over seventy songs she has authored. “I have never been so affected emotionally by anyone I’ve recorded in 30 years,” said Bruce Bartlett to her Folk Alley peers/listeners. In live performance with guitar and keyboard, Adrienne presents her music in a straightforward, personal style to audiences of all ages. Since the age of sixteen, she has regularly performed concerts both solo and with her parents (Michiana singers Drew and Joy Frailey). Adrienne’s vocals have been compared to artists like Norah Jones (by WVPE-FM’s host of "The Back Porch", Al Kniola), or Norah-meets-Enya, by others. She is “truly an extraordinary talent,” says Kniola. “Her vocals are soulful and captivaing; her lyrics and music are packed with meaning and emotion. You just want to listen to her forever.” Adrienne’s original instrumental music has earned acclaim from online listeners of all ages. This audience, some calling themselves fans, comes from across the US, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Australia, the United Kingdom/Scotland/Wales, Germany, and several eastern/western European countries. “I think she has a great future in writing musical soundtracks for cinemas,” says Bruce Bartlett. “From the tiny town of Milford, IN (halfway between Ft. Wayne and South Bend), Frailey would get our vote any day.” —Folk Alley, alley chat, March 2009 “You will know and love her recordings for years to come—trust me, it will happen.” —Al Kniola.