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I'm an Oakland jazz salsa singer-songwriter, fluent in a few languages thanks to my itinerant childhood. Since 2004 I've done more than a dozen studio recordings for my own & other bands. In 2010, I sang on the Grammy-nominated Bien! Bien! In 2011, I made a fan-funded CD, and in 2012 my singing/songwriting was on Pacific Mambo Orchestra's debut CD. In 2013, we won a Grammy!

Posts tagged "humor"
To all the cats I've loved before: A Thanksgiving poem for musicians

To all the cats I’ve loved before: A Thanksgiving poem for musicians

I am thankful for all the music, art, writing, dance, creatures, kids, family, friends, adventure and nature in my life. To paraphrase Willie Nelson:   To all the cats of every age Who’ve played with me on this great stage I’m glad you came along I dedicate this song To all the cats of every...
Minimalist Holiday? Try "From Me To Yule" original Christmas tune by Alexa Weber Morales

Minimalist Holiday? Try “From Me To Yule” original Christmas tune by Alexa Weber Morales

  The song is available as a single or part of the expanding EP From Me To Yule. From Me To Yule by Alexa Weber Morales   This was inspired by all the great stuff I see out on the street, but know that people would be offended to get unless it came with a...
Alexa Weber Morales: ‘I believe musicians should be allowed to marry,’ addresses rumors of her own musicianship

Alexa Weber Morales: ‘I believe musicians should be allowed to marry,’ addresses rumors of her own musicianship

Oakland, CA. Alexa Weber Morales has built a career singing quirky songs about economic and romantic instability. Tunes like “I Wanna Work For You,” “But I’m Weak” and “Catastrofe de Amor” have led to rampant speculation about her relationship status and credit worthiness. Today, she’s breaking the silence. “Oh, there’s all those rumors that I’m...
The Singer's Survival Guide: 12 Ways to Save Your Voice

The Singer’s Survival Guide: 12 Ways to Save Your Voice

After the gig, you never see a sax player toss his $5000 instrument on the ground and let it get kicked around by the sound man a few times before throwing it into a garbage bag and dragging it to the car. Gigging singers often treat their instrument like it’s a $5 kazoo. Broadway singers...