Coco Love Alcorn is a Canadian pop and jazz singer. The daughter of jazz singer John Alcorn, she released her debut album in 1995. She subsequently toured as an opening act for Burton Cummings, Chantal Kreviazuk, Jesse Cook and Ani DiFranco, and performed on some Lillith Fair dates. She is also a frequent backing vocalist for 54-40, and her music frequently appears on television series The Dead Zone and The L Word.

praise for “Sugar”:

“…the vocals are beautiful, the musicians are great and the composing inspired.”
- Earshot, 2006 ~ Jim Dupuis

“…a nicely ambient showcase for her extraordinary voice and some outstanding material. The more I listen, the more I hit repeat”
- The Vancouver Province 2006 ~ John P. McLaughlin

“…Alcorn, whose rich, limber, voice whispers and swoons with precision, starts at a full boil and takes care to deliver a sumptuous, simmering full course meal.”
-Ottawa Xpress, October 2006 ~ Steve Baylin

Edited by thaeasy on 11 Aug 2007, 02:52

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