Alie Marie Grippa . . .

Along with popular music, Alie Marie is an American Jazz and song vocalist who interprets much of the American Songbook.

Like Ella Fitagerald, Sarah Vaughan, Peggy Lee, Rosemary Clooney and Judy Garland, she uses her voice with great imagination, creativity, passion and excitement exploring her own style. Her connection to the songs and audience brings chills to all who hear her vocal quality and lucid intonation.

She performed and danced with Liza Minnelli and created her own one woman show, “Judy, Lisa and Me”, that won critical acclaim on the Cabaret Circuit in New York City.

“I remember my first time on stage at the age of 15 when I brought the audience to tears with my version of “I Stayed Too Long At The Fair” made famous by Barbara Streisand. I knew at that moment I had music in my soul and the song became my best friend”! Alie Marie