Music by Christina

Christina Alconcel

Christina Alconcel close-up photo Singer/songwriter Christina Alconcel was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and raised in British Columbia, Canada. She currently resides in Northwest Florida where she is making her mark as a charismatic, audacious, and prolific songwriter and performer. Completely self-taught, Christina's music is influenced by the likes of Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Howie Day, Tracy Chapman and Sheryl Crow. In 2010 she teamed up with Harte Music Productions producers Nick Hope and Martin Acosta (Outmatch), combining her love of rock with a soulful twist to create the 12 songs that make up her debut album, "Deal With It". The full album is currently available on iTunes.

"A beautiful guitarist with a Tracy Chapman quality to her... had the audience really into her vibe which shows it is simplicity that often makes a performance the most real, raw, vulnerable, and from the heart."
- (Nenari Diamond / Gonzo Magazine)

"Christina NAILED her version of the 4 Non Blondes song “What’s Going On”! I am sold, this girl has the pipes, so listen up!”
- (Shannon Ireland / 30A Songwriter Radio)

"One of the "HITS" of the entire event. I loved your original music, your stage presence, and the way you made friends with everyone...”
- (T. Bubba Bechtol / Founder – Navarre Beach Songwriters Festival)


Christina Alconcel on stage at Leigh Square - Music in the Park Series From intimate performances in soft-seat theater venues, to high-energy bar shows, Christina delivers a whole-hearted performance whether driving her way through the blues, stomping her way through dirty rock songs, swinging through jazz tunes, or resting peacefully in a touching love song. A songwriting style that weaves its way between everyday life and a world of make-believe, it will leave you wondering which stories are really true, and which are a creation of her imagination.

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