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Alice Smith Concert Tickets

Alice Smith is an American singer-songwriter who has performed in front of sold-out shows since her 2006 debut album, For Lovers, Dreamers and Me, hit the charts. Smith is one of the purest vocalists of her generation, blending rock, R&B, blues, jazz and soul into an eclectic signature sound. Songs like "Dream" and "Do I" are deep, artistic expressions that don’t get much radio play, but touch the hearts of music lovers across the nation because of their honesty. Purchase your Alice Smith tickets today and enjoy a night of smooth songs and one of the most powerful voices in any genre.

Smith’s debut album, For Lovers, Dreamers and Me, is a collection of songs that range from country to funk to R&B. Her creative mind was also put to work for the album’s title. She hadn’t figured out what to call it, but continued to look for inspiration from the work of The Beatles, The Wizard of Oz film and other significant pop icons of her childhood. She finally landed on The Muppets’ "Rainbow Song" and used some of the lyrics to name her album.