It was in green rooms, living room rehearsals, and cramped mini vans that Alisa Amador received her first musical education, singing backup vocals since the age of five for her parents’ Latin band, Sol y Canto.
But, how did Alisa’s sound grow into the Latin- Jazz- Soul and Blues-influenced folk rock that it is today? Start with years of jazz study, solo performance, and training in vocal harmony and improvisation all while pursuing a degree in gender studies at Bates College in central Maine. Add a life-changing trip to Buenos Aires where she met the brilliant songwriter, Mica Ipiñazar and her husband Facundo Parla of the Argentine rock band, Rabiosa. Together they started an amplified band outfit that toured through Buenos Aires and the United States. Alisa returned from Argentina with a renewed belief in the power of music to break down social, political, and emotional barriers and create a space where everyone belongs.
“Alisa Amador is a pitch-perfect rendition of my wildest dreams.” – Cyrena Touros, NPR All Songs Considered
Covid-19 Guidelines: All patrons must wear a mask and provide proof of vaccination.
$25 – Table Seating
$18 –General Admission
Seating/ Bar Open: 5:30 PM
This event is sponsored by Canna Provisions.
Sponsored by Canna Provisions.