Sasha K.A

Sasha grew up in the rustic beauty of Western, MA. The son of a Folk singer turned preacher and political activist, Sasha’s youth was filled with marches for peace, singing, acoustic guitars, fires on cold nights, and tall trees. As someone who experiences the world through his connection with nature and his relationships with others, Sasha writes personal, yet relatable songs about love, loss, work, hardship, friendship, and the environment. Sasha combines his Folk upbringing, naturally inclined Pop sensibilities, and years of playing Garage Rock with friends, into an original Indie-Folk sound. Sasha’s influences include Wilco, Sufjan Stevens, Fleet Foxes, Iron & Wine and Punch Brothers.