Charlotte Berg


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Peace and love,


"Her Heart or Mine" Music Video out on Jan. 30th!!

We've finished filming and recording my newest song, "Her Heart or Mine," and it will be out January 30th!!

I couldn't be more excited. This is my first music video and I was able to make it with Nashville's awesome videographer Jesse True. "Her Heart or Mine" was recorded at Pentavarit studio in Nashville, using raw, live vocals, acoustic guitar, and Rhodes piano. I opted to go the live route because I think it encapsulates the energy of the song better than a cut and pasted version. It also demonstrates the real talent of the musicians. The video will be posted here on my website the morning of January 30th, so stayed tuned :)


Charlotte Berg


Happy new year everyone! I hope you enjoyed the holidays with your favorite people as I did.

I wanted to share some exciting news with you... 


Over the course of a very long day, we did make up and prep, shot all the scenes we needed, and recorded a raw, stripped-down version of the song in a really cool, retro, Nashville studio. We're now mixing and editing with the hopes of releasing the video at the end of January.

Thank you for all of your continued support. Can't wait to share it with you :)

2015 Tour

I just got back from my first tour and it has only confirmed that music is what I love and want to do with my life. The first few days were a little rough, adjusting to being on the road all day and playing a show every night, but I quickly got into a groove and began to relish in the adrenaline rush that came every night from performing. New York City was definitely a highlight. We got to walk around the city all day, checking out Times Square and stopping for a pint at a cute Scottish Pub. We then got to play in an atmospheric, cozy, lounge bar with a grand piano and red and purple lighting. The venue had crystal clear sound and a hilarious French sound guy named Jean-Pierre. After finishing the show there at 1:30 in the morning, we jumped in my car and drove to Emmaus PA for a radio interview. We stopped at McDonalds along the way for a tasty but oh-so-greasy snack. Still feeling a little guilty about it :P After three hours of sleep, we stepped into the radio station feeling excited but absolutely wiped. It was my first radio interview and it was actually really fun. Not as terrifying as I thought it might be. I also got to perform two of my acoustic songs live which was something I'd wanted to do for a long time (Interview starts at 1:42 Over the course of two weeks, I learned a lot about how to run sound and how to prepare for anything that might happen to equipment or while on stage. I also feel that my stage presence and ability to command a crowd improved exponentially. Nothing like practice. I'm so grateful that I got the opportunity to tour and I'm already planning the next one :)

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