Alicia Blickfeldt, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has a powerful voice that will transport you. She is an author, actress, creator, a two-time nominee for the Utah Music Awards,
The month of September 2019 has proven to be a banner month for Latter-day Saint music artists. The month has celebrated several Latter-day Saint music artists topping the Billboard charts. In a single week of the month, 15 Latter-day Saints ended up in the top 15 ...
This week’s Billboard Classical Crossover Chart featured seven Latter-day Saint musicians, representing nearly 50% of the chart. This demonstration of excellence illustrates not only their incredible talent but the desire for uplifting music across the world.
This September has seen countless Latter-day Saint artists topping Billboard charts. And now the success has reached a new peak. This week, 15 Latter-day Saints ended up in the top 15 of the Classical Albums chart, and Latter-Day Saints took the no. 1 ...
On her first-ever album, Alicia Blickfeldt is making an impact! Debuting at #13 on the Billboard Charts, she is bringing recognition to the Classical Crossover genre, but within her album song style, she prefers to call it, EpiClassical. You will call it amazing!
Alicia Blickfeldt is a rebel. “In a good way!” Following a cancer diagnosis in 2013 she chose to pursue a holistic path of healing and was declared cancer-free in February of 2014. Then, a few months later, she was run over by a truck.
Alicia Blickfeldt is a member of The Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is an author, actress, and creator. You can find her book titled They Said I Would Die: A journey to self-healing on Amazon.com.