Alice Black Bio
Thirteen-year-old Alice Black is a singer-songwriter and poet. She lives on a horse ranch and writes about the western lifestyle, both modern and historical. Alice is the 2018 Youth winner of the Richard Leigh Songwriting Competition for her song, The town of Bodie. Her CD "The Yodelin' Mule" won the Rural Roots Music Commission's 2017 Young Traditional Country CD of the Year. She was a 2018 and 2017 Western Music Association Top-Five Finalist for the Crescendo Award. She won first place in the youth poetry competition at the GA Cowboy Gathering & Western Festival in 2014 and has been a 2015, 2016, and 2017 nominee for AWA Young Artist of the Year. Alice was an invited performer at the 2015 Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering, a finalist in Franklin County’s Got Talent as a five-year-old and eight-year-old, and is a member of the Southwest Virginia Songwriter’s Association, the Star City Ukulele Circle, and JAM (Junior Appalachian Musicians. Alice tours the country with her mother presenting concerts and children's programs.
TEACHING ARTIST & PERFORMER
Alice Black - Youth Singer/Songwriter & Poet