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When Alicia Glenn steps on stage and sits at her piano, you can't help but feel that you've been invited into a private concert with a close friend. And when she begins to play, even the rowdiest of the bar crowd quiet down and move in a little closer to take a listen. Ranging from strong and soulful to soothing and sentimental, Alicia's voice puts the audience under her spell. With her rhythmic piano playing and lyrics that are straight from the heart, you'll feel like you've been there too.

After years of classical and operatic training, Alicia became one half of an electronica duo called nullStatic, singing Bjork, Radiohead and Portishead covers, as well as some creative original tunes. Following two years of performing and recording in Kingston ON, it was time for Alicia to branch out to a new venture of her own. Her debut solo performance was at the Queen's Grad Club, opening for Martina Sorbara. The show was a hit, and Alicia's solo career had officially begun. Alicia's new material echoed the earlier influences of her life, such as Sarah McLachlan, Chantal Kreviazuk and Faith Evans, and even included touches of old Motown singers of the past.

Since then, Alicia has performed at other venues in Kingston, including opening for Madviolet at The Grad Club, and in Toronto at The Free Times Café, The Smiling Buddha, The Cameron House, Clinton's, Holy Joe's and others. She has recently moved from her hometown Toronto to Edmonton, where she is excited to be starting a new branch in her music career.

Her 2004 Demo Release showcases a sample of what Alicia has in store, and she is excited to be back in the studio, working on a new album which she hopes to release this year.

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