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The daughter of a real piano man, Alissa Musto has been performing ever since she was 5. She has performed around New England including the Hard Rock Cafe, Foxwoods, Patriot's Place, the Massachusetts State House and the Veteran's Memorial Auditorium, where she opened for Wynton Marsalis. At age 9, she debuted on the national television series, America's Most Talented Kid. Alissa has been honored with awards such as the 2010 Wonderworld TV Piano Act of the Year and a top 10 spot (out of 45,000 entries) in KidzStar USA 2011. In early 2013, she was one of 5 young artists nationwide chosen by Music & Arts to be sponsored with new equipment and a music scholarship. Her EP of original songs have been played on radio stations around Massachusetts, Rhode Island and even parts of California. One of these songs, "Doesn't Matter", earned her a top 3 spot in the national Music On& Up Showcase finale. Featured in dozens of newspapers, magazines, news specials and TV shows, Alissa has been called "a female Elton John", "the next Debbie Harry" and "a rising star of jazz". American Idol winner, Kris Allen, noted Alissa's performance "blew [him] away". Alissa performs every Saturday night at Scampi in Portsmouth, RI and other venues throughout southeastern New England. She was recently featured on the front page of the Providence Journal's entertainment section.