A British singer born in 1975. Daughter of an organist, she grew up in Framlingham, Suffolk where she sang in choirs before starting studies in art and music in Brighton in 1994.
Alice became increasingly known throughout the early 2000s with her contributions to recordings from Bah Samba, Quantic, TM Juke, and Nostalgia 77. Her latest release Pot of Gold, maybe her most popular record,  was released on November 4, 2008.

Stylistically speaking, she is a soul singer. But I decided to include her in the Jazz Week because she blends so many styles in one that it's almost unclassifiable. And she does have a jazzy voice! Her powerful voice resembles the very popular Chaka Khan, also known as The Queen of Funk Soul. I never imagined a white girl with such a deep voice, she is a white with a black voice, and that's amazing.

I don't know why, maybe it's because her name and that she is blond, but I can't see her without Alice in Wonderland coming to my mind. It might be the reason for me to love her (I really like Alice character). You know, she is one of that artists that I instantly fell in love with, and you may fall in love with her too!

Selected Discography


Her debut EP, released on August 31, 2004.

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Mean To Me

The opening track, I think this is the song were her jazzy voice stands out more. It's soft (an acoustic version) and her voice really shows.


Alice's second album released on September 27, 2005.

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A great song which combines jazz and funk.


Her fourth and most recent album released by Six Deegres Records.

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Got the Hunger?

She shows her vocal ability with this song, hitting very high notes.

Let Us Be Loving Video

The first single of the album official video.

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