About

Artist Name:
Alma Lake
Country:
United States
State:
California
Tags:
Solo Artist
Genre:
Multi-Genre
Management:
David Tomassini
Agent:
David Tomassini
Bio:

Bluesy, sassy with no filter and with a modern kick, vocalist-songwriter Alma Lake is a young woman with an old soul, a 19-year-old artist who channels influences from Etta James and Big Momma Thornton into fiery contemporary motifs.



Born in Miami, raised in Colombia and now living in Los Angeles, the young artist displays a fierce intensity that reflects her Latin roots. Her musical influences draw on a breadth of American genres — including classic Hollywood movies, the sounds of Janis Joplin and the literature of Charles Bukowski — artistry that inspired Alma to pursue her musical dreams in Southern California...

Bluesy, sassy with no filter and with a modern kick, vocalist-songwriter Alma Lake is a young woman with an old soul, a 19-year-old artist who channels influences from Etta James and Big Momma Thornton into fiery contemporary motifs.



Born in Miami, raised in Colombia and now living in Los Angeles, the young artist displays a fierce intensity that reflects her Latin roots. Her musical influences draw on a breadth of American genres — including classic Hollywood movies, the sounds of Janis Joplin and the literature of Charles Bukowski — artistry that inspired Alma to pursue her musical dreams in Southern California.

Alma has already made her artistic presence felt in Los Angeles. She scored two scholarships to Hollywood’s Musicians Institute , Grammy U and won first place in the L.A. Voice vocal competition. Currently collaborating with fellow musicians and creators, Alma released her debut single “Summer, (now available on Itunes , Spotify , Google Play ,Tidal and All streaming services) from her forthcoming EP, The Healing.

Being who she is as a person and musician is reflected in the rawness that comes across to her listeners. “To be who you are, you have to heal your soul," says Alma. "You must build your self confidence and trust yourself, be a bad-ass artist who won't let negative voices stand in your way."