Alice Osborn is an experienced performer in the Piedmont of North Carolina who always delivers a variety of easy listening folk Americana that’s rooted in the New South. Her music features upbeat tempos, poignant lyrics, and powerful vocals—check out her latest creation, Searching for Paradise, an album packed with story songs about losing and finding home and hope. An accomplished poet, American history buff, and the artist-in-residence for the Western Wake Farmers’ Market, Alice’s acoustic originals are influenced by diverse artists such as Willie Nelson, Phil Collins, and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She is the President of the NC Songwriters Co-op and lives in Raleigh with her family. She also plays fiddle, mandolin, bass, and bluegrass banjo.