Alice Stuart’s music holds within it a flame that burns and burns. In 1964 Alice was introduced at the Berkeley Folk Festival with a warm welcome that led to touring with folk and blues legends such as Joan Baez, Doc Watson, Mississippi John Hurt, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Albert King and many others. Her LP All The Good Times (Ar- hoolie Records, 1964) covered popular and esoteric folk songs. Patty Hall, a writer for the San Diego Troubadour, first saw Stuart at the Berkeley festival and recalled in a 2004 article, “To see a woman only a few years older than ourselves, singing with such confidence and playing with such proficiency, was transforming.”
Artists She has toured and worked with include:
Frank Zappa, Van Morrison, Commander Cody, Michael Bloomfield and John Prine, just to name a few.