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A stunning debut!

From the opening lilt of her own song, "Blind," to the daring cover of Paul Simon's "You Can Call Me Al," where she takes the classic tune a manic stroll through Alice's Wonderland by way of The Twilight Zone (in the best way something like that could be conceived), Alicia Witt's debut EP is certain to intrigue all who listen. Equally compelling are the lyrics & the singer's emotive voice, which is especially effective on the haunting ballad, "Taken." Best of all is "Anyway," where the lyrics detail the resignation felt at the end of a relationship at the same time the melody insists on moving forward. Let's hope we can hear more from this unique talent soon.

Is there anything she can't excel at?

I've known for a long time that Alicia Witt was a talented actress, an accomplished pianist, and of course gorgeous. I didn't know she was such a great singer and songwriter. I look forward to hearing what else she comes out with!


Anyway is a remarkable depiction of a spurned lover's evolution from hurt, dejection and self-loathing to her own rage and self-affirmation. The lyrics and pulsating melody are haunting. The multi-talented and sexy Alicia Witt performs the vocal with exceptional and engaging dramatic skill.


Born: August 21, 1975 in Worcester, MA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Alicia Witt first appeared onscreen in 1984, playing Alia Atreides in David Lynch's adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune. She wasn't even ten years old, so it's little wonder that she wound up being pigeonholed as an actress and not a musician, even though she had been playing piano for at least as long as she had been acting. It is true that she appeared onscreen more often than she recorded, returning to duty for Lynch in a 1990 episode of Twin Peaks and then regularly showing up on film and television...
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