“ Young, talented, beautiful – a rare
combination. But Caroline Alexander is all three”
Classic Rock Magazine “Future Classic”
Deceptively doll-like to look at, the striking North Londoner – whose
exotic looks are down to a blend of Jamaican and English blood – has already shown she is a force not to be toyed with
: In the last 18 months she has sold more CDs than any other UK female rock act, headlined loads of packed venues,
appeared on the cover of major UK rock magazines, has had her track "If You” featured on UK Play over 30 times,
and been playlisted by most student radio stations and independent radio for her singles “Fake the Blame”
and “If You” – songs she wrote when just 16 years old.
Years of gigging with her own band consisting of:
- Al Gregg - Guitar
- Dan Brackley - Bass
- Dave Wilkie - Drums
have also helped Caroline make a name for herself as a headline act both for festivals
and on the London club scene. Her live show is explosive and where you can see her deliver the stunning vocals for which
she is well known.
She also runs her own very successful designer rockwear company ( see
merchandise pages for some of the designs ) which offers her own designs at prices that kids and students can afford.
2015 sees Caroline in the position where she releases her stunning
single – “ Yellow Baby ” through O2 Records in February – a single which Radio 1 have already
called “uniquely British and quirky” and the UK Music Industry HIT SHEET magazine have given a
Record of the Week Award in their Priority 2015 edition.
The single is Produced by former Skunk Anansie guitarist ACE
who is also a co-writer for some of the tracks that make up Caroline’s debut album “Say it all Now”.
Which is currently the subject of a fierce interest by several world-wide record labels, who will no doubt be packing
out her forthcoming UK tour dates – tickets for the Borderline are selling out fast.
So there you have it – the rarity of a female British rock artist who
has refused to sell out and is now on the edge of making her ambitions come true.
She says “I’m really into what I am doing, so I’ve never
considered that it wouldn’t work out for me. I have taken time to put this together and turned down several offers by
major labels but now I feel I have the songs to do really well” and despite competing in a “manufactured
man’s world” she has the guts and the talent to make it happen.