Nadia sits somewhere between the breezy organic acoustic folk of Yael Naim (“Live Again”) and the disjointed jazz-pop of Regina Spektor (“Lighthouse”).
Nadia nails the senses with a vast sea of beauty and outdoor appeal every way imaginable.
Nadia’s music will remind you of Suzanne Vega, Tracy Chapman, Mary Black, Joan Osborne and Paula Cole. To be honest I can’t say enough about Ackerman’s appeal and overall sound.
Nadia is cut from the same cloth as The Civil Wars, The Head and The Heart, Ingrid Michelson. I can also hear the slight Folk-Sadcore influence in there as well like a modern-day Janis Ian, Lorena McKennett, Sara McLaughlin or Alannah Myles. What I really like about Ackerman is there is no attempt to deliver what I call over the top pop. Cheezy