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Alice DiMicele

Alice DiMicele with Mikey Stevens, Featuring Katie Henry solo opening set
When Mar 05, 2013
from 03:00 PM to 03:00 PM
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Alice DiMicele seeks to uplift the human experience through music. Her lyrics are love incantations to the elements earth, water, fire, and air. Drawing from a rich musical background including folk, jazz, funk, rock, and soul DiMicele's acoustic music incorporates many styles creating a fresh funky stew all her own. With her powerful band behind her, Alice's multi-octave voice soars high and rumbles deep invoking passionate emotion with every note. With twelve self-released albums and 25 years of touring under her belt, DiMicele is a master of her craft and knows how to delight her audiences be it on a large festival stage, a theatre, or a house concert. She's shared the stage with some of music's best including Bonnie Raitt, Joan Baez, JJ Cale, David Grisman, Arlo Guthrie, Steve Winwood, and so many more. Her festival appearances are many including Strawberry Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, EarthDance, Oregon Country Fair, Joshua Tree Music Festivals, Britt Festivals, and Health and Harmony Festival.

"Alice music has that great combination of earthiness and groove that keeps it funky from the inside out. She's for real." (Bonnie Raitt)

"With an impressive five-octave range, her music is intense, sensual, and above all, soulful" (Dirty Linen)

"...her rich, jazzy vocals, laid upon a bed of easygoing folk pop, are as warm and inviting as a cup of thick cocoa." (The Oregonian)

"Alice DiMicele has 'that thing' that every other singer wants...that mix of amazing technique and dirty grit that will put you in that magic place right between crying and laughing. She's a waterfall of soul!" (Sid Lewis, Crazygrass and founder of Acoustic College and Jamming 101 Seminars)

Katie Henry opens this show! She is fabulous, I know her from her days with "Babes with Axes" from Eugene.--Alice DiMicele