Cindy Alexander

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Cindy Alexander
Cindy Alexander 2014 by Shannon Treglia.JPG
Background information
Birth name Cynthia Alexander[1]
Born February 11 [year unknown]
Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Genres folk-rock
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Guitars, keyboards
Years active 1998–present
Labels JamCat, iTunes[2]
Associated acts Dave Darling, Paul Trudeau
Website CindyAlexander.com

Cindy Alexander (born Cynthia Alexander[1] in California[3]) is an American indie singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. She currently resides in greater Los Angeles, California.

In 1998 Alexander was named Songwriter of the Year and nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year by the Los Angeles Music Awards, while her debut album See Red was nominated for Independent Pop Album of the Year.[1] IN 2003 her 2nd album SMASH was nominated for Album of the Year by the same outfit.[4]

In 2004, Alexander received several awards: Songwriter of the Year – JPF Music Awards, Best Female Rock Vocalist – All Access Music Awards, and Special Achievement Pop Artist – Los Angeles Music Awards.[5]

Her next album Angels & Demons won Los Angeles Music Awards' Independent Pop Album of the Year in 2006 and was nominated also for Album of the Year.[4]

In summer and fall 2006 Cindy Alexander joined the cast of NBC's/David Foster's Star Tomorrow and as a result of competition won a record deal, but decided to reject it and stay indie.[4]

In 2009 and 2010, she performed for the videogame White Knight Chronicles II soundtrack with the songs "Fly! -My Bluebrid-", "The Battlefield Flower" and "White Knight Chronicles 'Travelers'".

Her fourth album, Wobble with the World, was released in 2007 and was produced by her long-time collaborators Dave Darling and Paul Trudeau. The iTunes Store version of the album contains an extra bonus track "Slow Motion Miracle", proceeds of which go to a cancer support center charity www.wespark.org.[3]

Her music has been featured in films (Here on Earth, Smokers, Sugar & Spice, Dorm Daze II) and television (Party of Five, Chasing Farrah).[3]

Discography[3][edit]

Albums [6][edit]

Soundtracks[edit]

Compilations[edit]

  • 2002 – Chilled Sirens (Water Music Records/Universal)
  • 2003 – Sunday Brunch (Treadstone Records/Columbia Records Japan)
  • 2005 – Back Home (Benefits Children International, see homecd.net)
  • 2006 – Eclectic Café (Water Music Records/Universal)

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