Alyssa Laine is a female rock artist from Frankfort, Kentucky. The singer-songwriter is considered by many to be an old soul, as her voice is reminiscent of Stevie Nicks, Ann Wilson, and Joan Jett. With an aura all her own, the self-taught musician incorporates the warmth of classic rock into her own original style.
Her debut, self-titled album, Alyssa Laine, was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Steve Rutledge at The Groove House Recording Studio and released in February of 2017. She premiered the album’s lead single “Til’ Death Do Us Part” during a live interview on Frankfort, Kentucky’s Star 103.7 FM, and followed the release with 6 months of shows in Kentucky and Tennessee to promote the album.
In 2018, after working the night shift at a retirement community for 9 years, Alyssa packed up and moved to Tennessee to pursue music full-time. She played around the East Tennessee region with Full Band & Acoustic Duo, Liquid Velvet. She and Steve Rutledge established Liquid Velvet, a 70s and 80s acoustic duo in 2018.
In 2020, Alyssa left Liquid Velvet to focus on her solo career and writing new music for an upcoming album.