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In Concert: Cindy Alexander

Coming on October 5

Run Time: 90 min.



Cindy Alexander performs an intimate, stripped-down presentation of her prolific catalogue.

“Alexander establishes herself not just as a premier songwriter but as one of today’s most dazzling and daring vocalists. She strips her instrument to its essence, both musically and emotionally.” – EDMREKORDS

(She has) “a musical energy that leaves a lasting imprint on the heart and mind.”

“An absolute delight to watch…Cindy Alexander doles out catchy adult album alternative that’s more beer than foam – doses of musical catnip that adapt to your memory like leather gloves to your hand…radio friendly unit shifters with one foot in probity and the other in the Top 40”

-Music Connection

Born with a song in her heart and a story on her lips, Cindy Alexander was trained at the acclaimed USC School of Drama, but realized quickly that there was enough “drama” in real life, and the best part she could play was herself. The Los Angeles native has turned her life’s stories into eleven studio albums, and added to numerous compilations and soundtracks, where she can be heard alongside artists such as Sarah McLachlan, Aimee Mann, and the GooGoo Dolls. She has also performed across the US, Japan, Germany, Ireland, and islands as far as Barbados and Guantanamo Bay. Music has always been the key to her adventure, and she soaks up the stories of those she meets, the cultures, the geography, the spirit, and the down and dirty details of the road she travels. As a seasoned writer and performer, Cindy has tackled numerous subjects which expand beyond the classic singer-songwriter confessional fare of dysfunctional relationships, marriage, and motherhood. Cindy has explored her own personal discovery and recovery from breast cancer, the perils of the entertainment business, classic literature, sexuality, spirituality, philosophy, history and the human condition. “Her ability to touch people on a personal level through the genuine vulnerability in her songwriting is beauty in action” –

Cindy cares little about the accolades and awards.  Yes, she won NBC’s and David Foster’s Star Tomorrow and turned down the prize, a record deal. She has won numerous Los Angeles Music Awards, All Access Music Awards, L.A. Music Critic Awards among a multitude of others, for both her performances, songwriting and records.  But, she knows that her greatest asset in the entertainment business is her Fans, who have funded her records since before Crowd Funding was even a thing.  “P-nut,” as she is affectionately known by them, has a voice that defies her petite stature. Classically trained, this coloratura soprano hits the high notes like an angel but also bellows with rich, velvety tones in the lower half of her over three octave range. She’s a storyteller, and her show benefits from the humor and banter with the audience in between songs, in addition to the music and exceptional execution. Cindy Alexander connects, and her relationship with her fans has funded her creative endeavors and fueled her continued success as a touring indie musician. It was actually a fan who started her current record label.

After reading about Alexander’s cancer journey on social media in 2013, Kirk Pasich (an entertainment and insurance attorney with Pasich LLP) reached out to help. In response to her battle with her insurance company over coverage, Pasich offered Alexander a choice: represent her pro-bono in a class action lawsuit, or provide the balance of the funds needed to finish her latest fan-funded record that was currently in production. Alexander chose the latter. When the record Curve was finished, Alexander invited Pasich into the studio to listen down from top to bottom. As the last song ended, Pasich told Alexander she “had to do something with this record” to which she replied “you should start a record label.” And thus, Blue Élan Records was born, with Cindy as its first artist.

Cindy has released 6 critically acclaimed full length records with Blue Élan, the latest being “Messy,” on its new imprint, KZZ Music.  “Messy” is a record that pushes boundaries and genre hops between Rock, Alterna-pop, Americana and Ethereal Folk. “I’m not in a box.  I definitely jumped outside and ripped it up” says Cindy.   “With her signature voice and masterful song craft, Alexander creates a sonic tapestry long after the final note has faded.”  –

Besides her headline shows, Cindy has toured supporting the The Bacon Brothers, America, and Joe Bonamassa. She has also opened for Jon Hiatt, Suzanne Vega, Joan Osborn, Rick Springfield,The Bangles, Edwin McCain, Marc Cohn, Howard Jones, Dishwalla, Gin Blossoms, Gretchen Peters, Collective Soul, and the list goes on and on.

Cindy’s voice and songs have found their way into television shows such as “So You Think You Can Dance,” “Party of Five,” “Pandora” and and in ad campaigns for Hyundai/Kia. She has also contributed to movie soundtracks such as “Sugar and Spice,” “Here on Earth,” “Smokers,” “White Knight Chronicles 2,” “The People I’ve Slept With,” “Dorm Daze” and sings the theme song to China’s hit animated movie series “Boonie Bears – The Big Shrink.”

When not parenting her twin teenage daughters and playing music, you’ll find Cindy caring for her local wildlife who have adopted her around her new home in Carmel Highlands, CA: squirrels, birds, bobcats, raccoons, red tail hawks and any other creature in her “House without Windows”: the Big Sur wilderness. She’s also the proud adopter of a rescue cat, who lives comfortably indoors. “Playing it forward” is important to Cindy, and her charitable efforts through music include The Kay Yow Cancer Fund, Animal Friends Rescue, and the Alzheimer’s Association.

Make sure to check out Cindy’s latest release “Messy” on KZZ/ Blue Élan Records: “a stunning demonstration of her exceptional songwriting and soulful, uninhibited vocals.” –

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