Nicole Alexander is the voice of Land/Divided. She is eighteen years old but the music runs much deeper than that in her. With influences stretching from Motown to current rock and roll, her vision and sound have been shaped by the likes of Janis Joplin, The Supremes, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Foo Fighters and more.
Her voice is her instrument and it’s one she wields with authority as they make their way through set lists whose songs span from the 60s to current day. Whether it’s a Stevie Nicks duet on Tom Petty’s “Stop Dragging My Heart Around” that demands the low smoky tones and passion that Nicks was famous for, or it’s a bold lead vocal performance on Dio’s “Holy Diver” with its alternating guttural intonations and soaring lyrics you can bet Nicole will be delivering the goods in a manner the original artists, and the crowd will approve of.
Her approach to music can be summed up with this quote: “I love playing music because it's a way to express myself and make others feel good. If I can make one person in the room feel something through the music I play, then I've done my job. It also serves as an excellent way to channel your emotions and it's helped me through a lot of hard times. I'm definitely at my happiest when I'm playing music.”
At just eighteen years old she’s a singer with an old soul and she will stun you with her range and passion.