Alexandra Beck is a vocalist, singer, and song writer who draws influences from Soul Music, Rhythm & Blues, Rock, and Pop. She is from Saskatoon, Canada(where Joni Mitchell was born & bred.
Fun Fact: Joni Mitchell was close friends with my mom’s high school French teacher)
Who are your biggest musical influences?
Beyonce, Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Amy Winehouse
What are some of your biggest accomplishments thus far in your career?
It wasn’t until I started living in Vancouver for university in 2014 that I discovered my own ability to write a catchy hook. At this time I actively started to pursue songwriting courses while attending the University of British Columbia. In my last season in Vancouver I attended Nimbus School of Recording & Media studying songwriting & artist development under the direction of Dave Genn(Canadian band, 54–40). At the time Alexandra performed many gigs and open mics at venues all over Vancouver’s Lower Mainland. I am proud of being chosen to sing a vocal solo at Lincoln Centre in New York City in March 2018 under the direction of Pitch Perfect’s Deke Sharon. I am also proud of my set at the iconic “Bitter End” songwriter venue (Joni Mitchell, Etta James, Lady Gaga) in New York City in May 2019.
Alexandra also recorded & released a single- Non Lo So including Nik Pesut(Carly Rae Jepsen) on the drums produced by Dave Genn(54–40). Attending a vocal summit in Los Angeles Oct 2019 for young protegee singers directed by Dawn Elder & being selected to receive weekly online mentorship with her after the program ended.
Alexandra will be headed down to Los Angeles as soon as the quarantine is over to record 2 singles
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Singing my heart out to stadiums full of young girls who believe my messaging. Having released at least a couple albums.
What legacy do you wish to leave behind for yourself?
I want to help girls feel more confident through listening to my music and my lyrics, and feel inspired through the hardships that young womanhood brings. I want to leave behind a legacy of having a very unique vocal power.