Kacey Cubero
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Kacey Cubero


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"... interesting chord progressions that frequently suprise and delight her audience... choruses that you can sing along with before the song is over." - MUSIC CONNECTION


"Expect great things." - LAUNCH


'There was a innitial period where I kept all my material to myself. I didn't really start sharing my songs until about the hundredth one that I wrote.' "One hundred seems to have been the magic number!" - SINGER MAGAZINE


"Kacey" (Blues & Jazz standards)
"Diamond in the Rough" (Soulful Americana)
"Fill Your Cup" -(Americana,Countrified-Blues) September 2009- includes Song of the Year 2008.



2008 Award winner for Country-Folk Song Of The Year via Southern California Mavric Music Awards. Independent touring Artist.
Washington, DC-native Kacey Cubero moved to California with a suitcase and a guitar, and soon became the front person for a local band opening for such national acts as The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Her first album was critically well-received, generating both mentors as well as opportunities.

A prolific songwriter, performer, and studio musician, Kacey has collaborated with an array of eminent singers and songwriters, including Jackson Browne, Louis Johnson, and Gary Scruggs. Her songs have been used in some well-known, independent films, such as Hey Mrs. Stu and Silver Dollars.

Singer Magazine has twice named Kacey Indie Artist of the Year. Her second CD, "Diamond in The Rough", includes a guest appearance by Leo Sayer, and displays Kacey’s remarkable songwriting, arranging, and producing skills. Following a solo tour to promote "Diamond in The Rough", Kacey joined other artists on a Hard Rock Cafe tour, across the U.S. to benefit underprivileged children, and ventured out on yet another solo tour to support the U.S. troops in Japan. Around the same time, Kacey found herself fronting the all-star IRS Band, as lead singer. Included in the band were Chris Slade (AC/DC, The Firm), Joe Molland (Badfinger), Greg Douglass (Steve Miller Band, Van Morrison), Mario Cippolina (Foreigner, Huey Lewis) and Terry Ilous (Xyz).

Kacey recently represented the Santa Barbara Blues Society in the International Blues Competition in Memphis. In 2009, Kacey won Country/Folk Song Of The Year via The Southern California Mavric Music Awards where She also kicked off the show at the Thousand Oaks Civic Auditorium. She contentedly continues to record, tour, write and perform, creating her own soulful, Americana sound. Music, it has been said, is a language unto itself, and Kacey writes and speaks it fluently and beautifully.