Alice June Blythe was born in New York City in 1989, and though from a musical family, Alice didn’t sing her first note until the age of 15 when she joined the teenage all-girl band, Modrocket. She wrote her first song at 16 by sounding out the chord changes on her sister’s guitar before she ever learned to play.
During the 4 years Modrocket was together, Alice developed her voice, an incredible stage presence, and taught herself guitar in order to assist her songwriting. Modrocket received a lot of buzz in the New York Scene, featured in magazines such as NME, i-D, Interview and Teen Vogue, as well as appearing on MTV. They were also sponsored by the clothing company RVCA under the artist network program.
Alice moved on from her teenage band, writing and performing country, rock, pop and other genres. She is now focusing on songwriting, also across multiple genres. In 2010, she co-wrote a song for the film “Beware the Gonzo” and also acted and performed the song in the movie. She loves the challenge of writing for movies, tv, or other artists, and is also working on her own project as a solo artist. Her specialty genres in songwriting are Rock, Pop, and Country.
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