Alicia Stockman is a Utah-based folk-meets-Americana singer-songwriter whose music pulls back the veil to reveal everyday vulnerability. Her songs are written like intimate moments, drawing listeners into a relatable emotional journey guided by her deep and velvety vocals. Influenced by the vivid storytelling of powerhouse songwriters like Patty Griffin, Indigo Girls, and Jewel, she finds her home in the folk and Americana scene.
About Alicia Stockman:
Alicia Stockman began her love for music in high school, compelled by the vivid storytelling of powerhouse songwriters, including Patty Griffin, Indigo Girls, and Jewel. After performing in a loud rock n’ roll band, playing bars with sticky floors, and belting out Stevie Wonder tunes, Alicia began writing her own music more seriously. Realizing her new songs didn’t have a place in a loud bar with a party atmosphere, she branched out and started playing more intimate venues, quickly finding her home in the folk and Americana scene. Alicia is a storyteller, drawing in her audiences with authentic, heartfelt performances.
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