Gigs ‘n Interviews Undiscovered Find – a friend and my idol Alicia Sometimes

Poet/Broadcaster/Musician.

ALICIA SOMETIMES (YES THAT’S her real name!!) is one cool chic. I was extremely lucky to be one of her poetry students at Tafe. The fact that she doesn’t like to use rhyme made her a rebel poet in my eyes.

As well as a poet, Alicia is a broadcaster on the radio station RRR where she and Steve Grimwade host Aural Text every Wednesday from 12pm. Also she is a band called The Three Sixties playing the bass and on vocals. You can listen to The Three Sixties’ tracks on http://www.aliciasometimes.com/index.htm.

Alicia is so good at spoken word; words slip and slide off her tongue. On her Myspace page http://www.myspace.com/aliciasometimes she has four musical treats that visitors can listen to. Good I Can Be is sexy jazzy spoken word piece that is about all the things that she considers love is. Never taking life seriously Astra’s Song is a track that has a child on vocals who sounds really cheeky. They even throw in blurting a few raspberries during the song.

Crime Wave and The Amp and The Pretty Kitties reflect Alicia’s quirky personality, taking social issues and adding her view on things.

You can visit Alicia’s Myspace at www.myspace.com/aliciasometimes. For even more information on this talented chickybabe, please check out /www.aliciasometimes.com/index.htm.

Jacqui James

I'm an Australian author and music journalist from Melbourne. I've had articles and poetry published in several magazines and newspapers since finishing my Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing in 2001. In 2010 Gigs 'n Interviews was born. I launched it with my first big named interview and that was Vanessa Amorosi and then in 2012 I felt unbelievably privileged to interview Ronan Keating. I'm extremely proud of what Gigs 'n Interviews has become as it's seen as a platform for emerging artists and entertainers to be heard.

Looking forward to writing more children's books, I hope to change the wrong perception of children and adults with disabilities as I was born with Severe Cerebral Palsy (like Christy Brown who wrote My Left Foot). People can view my books at www.jacquijames.net

If you would like to know more about myself, please visit http://www.jacquirogers.com.au/

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