If there is one band in the tristate that epitomizes the organic process of music-making, it’s The Honey Vines.
— Thomas Ellis

The Honey Vines are an acoustic blend of intertwining harmonies with a sweet truth embedded in their own material. The duo consists of Andrea Wirth and Melanie Bozsa, two guitar wielding singer-songwriters, from Newburgh, Indiana. With influences that range from folk to blues to acoustic rock, The Honey Vines’ LIVE show delivers a soundscape of melodies and a message of peace, love and unity.

Wirth and Bozsa began playing music together in 2011. In the beginning, the duo made themselves comfortable on regional stages in the midwest at wineries, restaurants, benefit shows and community events. After solidifying their sound as The Honey Vines, opportunities arose for the pair and Wirth and Bozsa began performing festival stages such as the Ferdinand Folk Festival, Evansville’s Parks Fest, and Sarasota, Florida’s Pride Festival to name a few, and were named Power Duo by Evansville’s News4U magazine.

In February of 2015, they celebrated their first release with 2 singles, “To the Moon and Back,” written by Bozsa, and “Sunday Morning,” written by Wirth. The duo followed that release in October of 2015 with another single titled, Pray, and a live album titled, "Stories Live From the Blue Room," that was released in May of 2016. In the fall of 2016, Magic Carpet Ride (single) was released along with World Full of Sides (single), a collaboration with artist, Outis. In 2017, the duo released their first self-titled album, The Honey Vines, a collection of eight songs that share the message of Peace, Love, and Unity.


Melanie’s strengths in education came out in full force in 2013 when the pair opened a music studio, Honey Vinyl Music Studio, where they teach introduction to guitar, piano, and vocals, catering to beginner music students with a focus on songwriting collaboration and recording.

The Honey Vines are active in community events in their hometown in Southern, IN, supporting special causes such as include child-abuse awareness, suicide prevention and Alzheimer’s awareness.

To keep up with The Honey Vines, visit them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or contact them by email at thehoneyvines@gmail.com.