Alicia Glenn
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Alicia Glenn

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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"Mar. 4, Grad Club: Review"

March 5, 2004: Issue 36, Vol. 131

Top Story: Brendan Kennedy, Staff Writer

[On Alicia's solo debut, opening for Martina Sorbara]

"Opening the show was Queen's own Alicia Glenn, who in her debut solo performance delighted friends and strangers alike with her beautiful voice and comfortable stage presence. While it may have been Glenn's first time alone on stage, she never seemed at all nervous, frequently speaking to the crowd between songs with a verteran's confidence. Glenn certainly exhibited tremendous vocal ability... she has far too much confidence and natural talent not to grow into something special." - Queen's Journal, Kingston ON

"Toronto Indie CD Review"

Alicia Glenn - Demo

This four track demo that was released in 2004 is a delightfully beautiful record to listen to. Being a pianist, Alicia's songs can be compared to top forty artists like Chantal Kreviazuk and Vanessa Carlton, but this should not be held against her. Alicia has a beautiful voice that just sweeps you off your feet, and she's also a great pianist. The stand out track on this record is the first song, "Someday" where Alicia is backed by an entire band. This song could easily be on the top of the charts on CHUM radio stations... This record is a must have for fans of soft music and this record proves that Alicia has one of the most beautiful voices around. -


1. Steady
2. 2:15
3. What's a Girl Gotta Do?
4. In Love
5. Fall Into Sleep

Alicia Glenn - Demo:

Red Sky
Pull the Alarm
Fall Into Sleep

Samples of all tracks are available for download at and are being included on CBC Podcasts through New Music Canada.

Jazz Demo:

All the Things you Are
All Blues

Dance/Pop Tracks Available for Download:

"Take My Mind":
(Lyrics & Vocal Melody written by Alicia Glenn. Instrumentation and Production by Adam K & Mark Oliver)



Ranging from strong and soulful to soothing and sentimental, Alicia's voice puts the audience under her spell. With her rhythmic piano playing and lyrics that are straight from the heart, you'll feel like you've been there too.

After years of classical and operatic training, Alicia became one half of an electronica duo called nullStatic, singing Bjork, Radiohead and Portishead covers, as well as some creative original tunes. Following two years of performing and recording in Kingston ON, it was time for Alicia to branch out to a new venture of her own. Alicia's solo material echoed the earlier influences of her life, such as Sarah McLachlan, Chantal Kreviazuk and Faith Evans, and even included touches of Motown singers of the past.

Since then, Alicia has opened for Martina Sorbara and Madviolet, and performed at many a venue with her band in Toronto. She has been in Edmonton since 2006, where she has quickly become a part of the rich music scene, and has played solo shows at The Blue Chair Cafe, Hulbert's, Bogani Cafe, and the Wunderbar among others. In February 2008 Alicia teamed up with Edmonton's own "Light Travels". They have since been gracing the stages at The Haven Social Club, Urban Lounge, The Pawn Shop, and The Starlite Room.

Her 2004 Demo showcases a sample of what Alicia has in store, and her latest EP "Steady", available on iTunes &, demonstrates a deeper breadth of musical talent and songwriting prowess. Alicia's original tracks will be heard as the soundtrack to local indie film "Night Hawks". Keep your ears and eyes open for more original material and shows both with "Light Travels" and on her own.