“This lady's no shrinking violet....a talent noteworthy in the extreme.”
— Rock 'n Reel, UK
“Alice is a powerful force. Her writing is both sublime and hard hitting, while speaking bold truths. Her incredibly strong voice is the perfect tool to deliver those insights. She's the real deal.”
— Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon)
Alice DiMicele is a singer/songwriter and acoustic guitar player that seamlessly works jazz/blues phrasing and R&B and rock & roll rhythms into a broadened Folk/Roots/Americana sound she calls "Organic Acoustic Groove." Whether playing solo or with her band "Force of Nature," Alice brings her wide-ranging vocal prowess, humor, distinctive guitar style to festival stages, theaters, clubs, and house concerts.
For over 30 years Alice has been a grassroots trailblazer in independent music. Bucking the advances of record labels early in her career--she has self-released 14 albums on her Alice Otter Music label including 2018's "One With the Tide". DiMicele has stayed true to herself and her mission: to create music that connects people and inspires them to take a stand for the earth and for justice in the world. Her activism informs her music and her music informs her activism.
Alice has played at many festivals including Strawberry Music Festival, Kate Wolf Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, Joshua Tree Music Festivals, Oregon Country Fair, and many, many more. She's shared stages with some of music's finest including some of her musical heroes like Bonnie Raitt, Joan Baez, JJ Cale, David Grisman Quintet, Steve Winwood, Ferron, Peter Rowan, Richie Havens, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and the list goes on. Bonnie Raitt said, "Alice's music has that great combination of earthiness and groove that keeps it funky from the inside out. She's for real."
With the release of the new album, 2018 will be a busy year for Alice DiMicele. Please be sure to sign the email list to keep up to date on all the upcoming events. If you'd like to book Alice or have a suggestion for a venue for her to play, please contact us.
“With an impressive five-octave range, her music is intense, sensual, and above all, soulful.”
— Dirty Linen