Vocalist, songwriter and instrumentalist Adrienne Palmer known as "ADRENA" was born May 24, 1980 in Jackson Mississippi. Her singing career began at age five in County Line Baptist Church and has continued to flourish. In April, 2008, ADRENA completed her first single, "WHAT'S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE". The single was released to the media and received overwhelming responses. "Cheatn on Da Back Street from her album "Thoughts of a Woman" was released in March, 2010 prior to the album being released August 1, 2010. Her music is being aired on stations in the United States, France and the United Kingdom. ADRENA has shared the stage with artists such as Denise LaSalle, Anthony Hamilton, The Barkays, Betty Wright, Lakeside and others across the South. From 2002 through 2012, she sang background for various artist such as: Peggy Scott Adams, William Bell and Vick Allen. ADRENAs love for music has always been astounding. Thus, much of her writing creativity comes from life experiences. Her music definitely shows the influences of Koko Taylor and Aretha Franklin, which is a clever bridge between two distinctive genres. ADRENA has released her sophomore album titled "Better Days" recorded and produced in Memphis,TN at the famous Royal Studios. Engineered and produced by Lawrence Boo Mitchell, son of the great Willie Mitchell. This new project emanates from a place of healing and accepting all that has happened from being broken hearted to learning to love again. Better Days includes the recently released singles Man Gonna Do, Right Here With Me, and Ready to Love Again and hit single"He Won't Leave His Wife" written by Luther Lackey. From 2015 to 2016 she was blazing the stage shared with some of the household names greats such as: Anthony Hamilton, Betty Wright, The Barkays, Lakeside and many more. She's currently promoting her new single titled Slay the Big Girl Way that was released early May. With this single Adrena wants to empower all women from all walks of life, different educational backgrounds, all ethnicities, and sizes. She's says it's all about loving yourself. All of you!!! The good the bad and the ugly. November of 2018, Adrena landed second place in the Vicksburg International Blues Challenge which influenced her next move. Being the only contestant that didn't play an instrument, her rich tone and strong bluesy vocals and captivating stage presence placed her at number 2 out of 3 winners. She's currently working on the first blues single from her debut album that will be released in the summer of 2019 titled "Good Girl Gone Bad".