Alice Marie

Performed By Alice Marie
Album UPC 659057234823
CD Baby Track ID 308067
Label Wonderland Publishing Group, Inc.
Released 2002-01-01
BPM 105
Rated 0
ISRC ushm20347230
Year 2002
Spotify Plays 16
Writer Alice Marie
Pub Co Let's Get Metaphysical Music
Composer Alice Marie
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - NY - New York City


These Tori Amos- Loreena McKennitt- and Alanis Morissette-influenced songs that "come from someplace beyond music" are available as mp3's here and on iTunes. Angels Near, Alice's full-length CD, is available at


"This EP is packed with a new brand of rock. It is powerful yet subdued, intelligent yet not pretentious. The worst thing I can say about the release is that the five songs leave you wanting more."

--Dennis Halsey

"Alice Marie is a star! And by star, I don't mean just as a musician. Those songs had to come from someplace way beyond music."

--Les Reynolds

"'So Long' is a rock anthem waiting to hit the airwaves.'"

--Anna Maria Stjarnell

"Alice Marie's songs go right through you like a lightning bolt."

--Michelle Colletti
Creative Evolution

Mystical and moody.

Groundbreaking and soul-shaking.

Or more to the point, brilliant.

That's how Bob Leone of the Songwriters Hall of Fame has described Alice Marie's piano-based rock. says she's a star whose songs come from someplace way beyond music. And Virt Records touted her as one of its Undiscovered Gems.

With a smoldering voice, poetic lyrics that penetrate the soul, and haunting, sometimes Celtic melodies amid lush, dramatic soundscapes, the New York-based singer-songwriter won't remain undiscovered for long.

Her songs have aired on Sirius Satellite Radio, Plum TV, plus numerous podcasts and Internet radio stations, and she has appeared at The Bitter End, Arlene's Grocery, Borders Books, The Living Room, 17, Maxwell's in Hoboken, and Balboa Park in San Diego.

"I Was Seven," and "More," two tracks from Angels Near, the full-length follow-up to Equilibrium, are helping raising money for the Tori Amos-endorsed organization RAINN on a CD called Mindful Lullabies. "Easy Streets" appears on Mamapalooza Vol. 2.

Please visit Alice at and

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