Described by most as a singer-songwriter with an old soul, Alexandra Grace lays her thought-provoking lyrics atop a bed of folk-influenced music, creating eclectic and unique songs.
Alexandra began performing at a very young age. She first fell in love with jazz while studying tap dancing at the age of 6. She discovered the genres of indie pop and folk in high school and soon after she began writing her own songs. Some of her influences include Hozier, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Bon Iver, Passenger, Chet Baker, Charles Mingus, Ella Fitzgerald, and Billie Holiday.
On the stage is where Alexandra comes alive. As a solo artist, she self-accompanies on piano and guitar, performing around the New England area. She is also ½ of acoustic duo “Alexandra and Josh”. With the duo, she co-wrote the full-length album “The Colour Lilac”, and has performed over 150 gigs across New England. She lets her inner jazz cat out through singing with the 20-piece Compaq Big Band, sharing the stage with seasoned jazz musicians of the Greater Boston area. Her music has been featured on radio stations across the East Coast, including Boston's 92.5 The River, and she has appeared on television several times, including on The Discovery Channel and with Gloucester's 1623 Studios.
Alexandra graduated from Berklee College of Music in May 2020 with a B.M. in Songwriting and a minor in Psychology. Currently, she is focusing on performing, writing, and recording. She also teaches private lessons in voice, songwriting, and piano.
Alexandra released her debut EP ' Solstice' on May 14, 2021. So far, her songs have landed on some very well known playlists and she's been awarded "Song of The Week" from the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, for her song 'Medicine'.
When she's not making music, you can find Alexandra silversmithing at her workshop in Gloucester, MA. Her first collection, which she released with her EP, sold out in 48 hours. Her next collection is due Summer 2021 and will be titled 'The Wildflower Collection'. Check out "The Songsmith" tab for more info!