If Alicia’s striking presence seems familiar, it’s not because you’re confusing her with Cindy Blackman, Shauney Recke or other brown-skinned drummers with big hair – an all-too-common mistake – it’s because she’s played with many high-profile singers who got their start on television. She’s worked with Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Chris Rene & Colton Dixon. Alicia got her big break when she replaced Kelly Osbourne’s drummer on MTV hit reality show, “The Osbournes.” “The Osbournes opened a lot of doors for me and I am forever thankful,” Alicia says.
Alicia followed up that success drumming for Lillix, Dawn Robinson of En Vogue, Uh Huh Her and Gore Gore Girls. She’s appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” “Regis and Kelly,” “The Tonight Show w Jay Leno,” “MADtv,” “Top of the Pops,” “The American Music Awards” & “American Idol,” to name a few. Alicia also plays guitar and fronts her own rock duo, The All-Girl Boys Choir.
A hard-hitting drummer, she is equally adept at playing garage rock and punk as she is at pop, metal or hip hop.
“Alicia is one of my favorite drummers I’ve worked with. She and I have performed together on countless stages in front of multiple millions of people … yet she remains humble and every bit as dedicated to the art as the first day we met. She is a fantastic musician, a true professional and a great friend.” - Mat Dauzat (Kelly Osbourne / Sessions / Producer)
“Alicia is not only an incredibly creative and solid drummer, but she is so fun and easy to work with. Anyone who has a chance to work with her is lucky!” - Tasha Rae Evin (Lillix)
Writer: Carla DeSantis Black