Blending honey- sweet vocals with fiery guitar chops, Christina Apostolopoulos' music provides an emotional and honest journey through the folk, rock & jazz genres.
Christina was born in Toronto and raised in Santa Barbara, California. Her initial musical influences were Jackson Browne and Paul Simon, and her music reflects the meticulous craft of the great songwriters of the 1960s through today. She began studying guitar at age seven, and got her start performing around her hometown. Christina attended the Berklee College of Music, where she was recognized for her songwriting talents and was featured in songwriting showcases every year of her attendance, in addition to maintaining an active performance schedule in Boston. In 2013 she released her self-titled EP, a solo acoustic outfit that showcased her repertoire of covers & originals.
In 2015, Christina relocated to Los Angeles and quickly fell into a supportive community of artists. In 2016 she exceeded her monetary goal in a Kickstarter campaign to fund her first full-length album, produced by local legend Nick Stoubis and featuring contributions from composers Drum & Lace and former Passion Pit member Ian Hultquist. In 2018 she was a headliner at the WFSU Fest in downtown Los Angeles, sharing the bill with Kimya Dawson and other female-fronted groups, and released her debut full length album, The Only Thing I’m Good At.
In addition to her solo career, Christina is a sought after session musician, and has contributed to various bands & recordings for artists including Georgia Nott of Broods and Kimi Recor of Lone Priestess, as well as music for film and television. Look for Christina Apostolopous as she continues to tour behind her album and performs new material regularly for her fanbase through social media.