Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival

Alicia Stockman

CityLine Stage

Alicia Stockman has always been profoundly influenced by the likes of Patty Griffin, the Indigo Girls, and Susan Tedeschi – all strong female vocalists and songwriters. She takes inspiration from stories, places, and memories to craft songs that draw listeners into an emotional journey.

Alicia Stockman is a folk singer songwriter hailing from the Wasatch Mountains o Utah. She was the front woman of a blues and rock cover band for nearly 10 years in Salt Lake City before striking out on her own with her original folk Americana songs. She is the winner of the 2017 Suzanne Millsaps Performing Singer Songwriter Showcase held at the Utah Arts Festival, and a semi-finalist in this year’s Songwriter Serenade. She quit her day job in December 2017 to go all in on the singer songwriter thing, and has since released a self-produced 6-song EP.

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CONTEST SEEKS 300 SONGWRITERS TO COMPETE FOR PRIZES

The award-winning Al Johnson Performing Songwriter Contest is accepting 300 entries beginning January 1, 2020. The submissions will be narrowed to 10 Finalists who will then compete for the Grand Prize, Second Place or the Michael Terry People’s Choice Award. The deadline to enter is March 1 and all finalists perform live on stage at the Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival in Richardson that draws a crowd of 65,000 attendees each year.

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