Alice Smith is a NYC-based chanteuse, with a 4-octave vocal range, who's infecting New York City with her refreshing and unique sound. Her soon to be released, debut album, "For Lovers, Dreamers & Me", sets Rock & Pop music along a vocal landscape that evokes influences from a broad spectrum of artists such as, Patti Labelle, Nina Simone, Fiona Apple, Tina Turner, Barbara Streisand, and Billie Holiday. Alice is taking chances while delivering an accessible blend through her take on the common ground between different musical genres. As she herself explains, "I'm full of contradictions... Which doesn't bother me, as long as I'm being honest about it."
Raised between Washington DC and her grandmother's farm in Augusta Georgia, Alice now lives in New York City. The various locales make sense to a city girl who admits to being "country at heart," and also influence her sound. Alice's musical influences are as diverse as her album having grown up listening to Go-Go, Country, Classic Rock, R&B, Blues, Jazz and Gospel music. In the early 2000s, while she was wrapping up her studies at Fordham University, she sang with Greg Tate's improv band, Moomtez, that drew upon a broad range of influences and was a part of the Black Rock Coalition. The experience was great for Alice, but only the start of her journey towards finding her sound. As Alice explains "It just ended up not being all of me."