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Multi-instrumentalist Alyssa Trahan is a country singer-songwriter originally from Rochester, NY. She has written over 90 songs, plus those done with co-writers, and continues to add to her long list of originals. Alyssa also performs on a regular basis, nearly 100 shows every year, and has opened for acts such as Suzie Vinnick, Chris Pureka, Wisewater, The Dady Brothers, Ryan Broshear, Sawyer Brown and more. In addition, Alyssa has performed the National Anthem and/or performed at half time at several pro-sporting events, including for the Rochester Amerks (hockey), Buffalo 716ers (basketball), Erie Hurricanes (basketball), and the Rochester Red Wings (baseball).
By the age of 19, Alyssa had released a full length album (Hi - 2013) and an EP (Wild & Crazy - 2015), both of which contained only original songs. This makes a total of 17 songs released before she turned 20. She also released a new single titled "I Like It" in July, 2015. At the age of 19, Alyssa began work on her third studio release, a new EP, set to release in Fall of 2015. On top of that, Alyssa has released two professional music videos for her songs "Cowboy" and "Over You", the latter of which was featured on WHAM 1180 Nightly News. She also self produced a music video for "I Like It" the single.
Alyssa's music has been played on over twenty different radio stations (both AM and FM), including SiriusXM The Highway, plus several online radio stations based around the world. She has also done interviews on several radio and talk shows and has made multiple TV appearances. In addition, Alyssa has been featured on countless music blogs and websites, including the homepage of Big City Country (NYC), as well as in the local paper(s) several times. Alyssa's original song from her debut album "Your Only Girl" landed a spot in The Jersey Devil, an independent comedy film currently screening at film festivals. She also wrote and recorded an original song for Never Too Late, an independent film whose goal is to raise suicide awareness.
Currently, Alyssa is hard at work on her new EP and continues to perform around Upstate NY and Nashville, TN.