Sherman Oaks, California–06/06/05–Cindy Alexander has performed with the likes of The Bacon Brothers, Suzanne Vega, Bob Schneider, Ben Taylor, The Bangles, Edwin McCain, Marc Cohn, Howard Jones and Dishwalla. The list is impressive. What is even more astounding than her record of accomplishment is the incredible new album Angels & Demons.
With a knock em’ dead vocal range, charismatic presence, and a D.Y.I. Indie spirit that burns bright, this gal is carving a path for herself with honest to goodness hard work. She does it all from running her website, marketing music, and arranging for performances. Her energy and attitude are contagious to everyone around her. Her name is getting out there with more impact than ever before and as her career gathers momentum so does her music.
2004 was not a bad year for Cindy either. She walked away with several esteemed awards including…Songwriter of the Year – JPF Music Awards, Best Female Rock Vocalist – All Access Music Awards and Special Achievement Pop Artist – L.A. Music Awards. If this is any indication of what is in store, 2005 promises to be a breakthrough year.
Angels & Demons features standout tracks such as “Immortal,” a killer track. It gets the sparks of emotions flying right from the first note. The quirky alternate rocker “Better When I’m Broken” has some catchy rockin’ riffs that take the listener through the emotional ringer in the space of five minutes. “Immortal” is a musical dance with lyrics that are very much tuned in to the world of today. The sound and lyrical content have hit single written all over it.
With a voice so brilliant, powerful and effortless, Cindy Alexander is this year’s favorite to enjoy an “overnight success” story. This is the kind of stuff that dreams are made of. In this case, it will be a lifetime of hard work and perseverance reaching its fruition. The atmospheric and striking musical canvas she paints for the listener in the music becomes a true to life story on the first listen of Angels & Demons. We all have our demons to conquer and Alexander has them eating her dust while embracing her own guardian angels every step of the way to make this a positive musical experience for herself and anyone that is fortunate enough to hear her voice of conviction. Angels & Demons will resonate in your mind long after the CD stops spinning in your stereo.
For More Information Contact:
Toni Profera and Bill Siddons
14724 Ventura Blvd. Penthouse
Sherman Oaks, California 91403
Fax: 818- 986-8041
Website: http://www.cindyalexander.com Powered by Sidelines