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DE57: Alyssa Simmons | The Girl from the Motor City
January 24, 2016
42 min
Welcome back to the dHarmic Evolution podcast with me James Kevin O’Connor, singer/songwriter, audio/video artist, and master storyteller. On today’s episode, we go all the way to Austin, Texas via the lovely and talented Alyssa Simmons. She’s originally from Detroit, and you know what they say, you can take the girl out of the Motor City but can never take the Motor City out of the girl.   Alyssa has started singing at a very young age and even got to audition to be Hannah Montana! Now we’ve got a superstar right here on the show. I’m excited to bring her music to you all, and Alyssa was so gracious to tell us the backstory of all her amazing songs! You definitely want to check her out.   On this episode: Alyssa talks about moving out of Detroit and into Austin where she is continuing to create awesome music She tells us about her Hannah Montana experience and other fantastic stuff she went through while working with Disney Alyssa also tells me about her writing style - being inspired by dreams or writing while driving, and all that jazz! She also shares with me how she was discovered by singing an Eva Cassidy cover!   Alyssa Simmons songs featured: Now or Never This Is War Boomerang Never Again Follow Alyssa Simmons: alyssasimmons.com Facebook Twitter: @alyssasimmons Instagram: @alyssasimmons_music YouTube Reverbnation iTunes Don’t forget! Subscribe to dHarmic Evolution on iTunes Please sign up on dharmicevolution.com for free bonus content! Follow dHarmic Evolution on social media  
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