Interviews

Fauna Halø Returns to Her Home State for the Inaugural For the Love Fest

Aubriana Fumagali, better-known to lovers of independent, heartfelt music as Fauna Halø, has had a busy life since leaving her native Boca Raton and relocating to Nashville to pursue her musical dreams. Slowly but surely, she built a fan base in both Florida and Tennessee. The momentum she's created has her at the crossroads of putting a recording together while keeping a viable performing schedule -- a balance working musicians need to field wisely.

Fauna Halø's had a couple of returns to South Florida since her departure, and she'll be in the lineup for the upcoming inaugural For the Love Fest hosted by Exposed PR and C&I Studios. We had a chance to catch up with the singer and discuss life in Nashville, touring, music, and her new Kickstarter campaign aimed at releasing an EP a reality.

See also: Fauna Halo Makes Rare Hometown Appearance at C&I Studios

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