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Alisha Pattillo, is a half-Australian half-English raised in Singapore saxophonist now residing in Houston TX. In her short but successful music career she has had the opportunity to perform at Music Festivals and clubs in major cities such as Singapore, Orvieto (Italy), Brisbane (Australia), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Austin (TX), Houston (TX), Lafayette (LA), Memphis (TN). Current projects include leading her own jazz group, Alisha’s Quartet, in addition to being a member of The Ezra Charles Band. She also on occasion performs in a variety of private party / pop bands.

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Alisha Pattillo started playing the saxophone at the age of 11 at the United World College of S.E Asia. Five years later; she could be spotted playing in professional working bands around Singapore’s night clubs and bars. At the age of 17, Alisha was awarded the Trinity High Scorers Award in Singapore, after playing at the Trinity Concert 2003 located at the Singapore DBS Arts Theater. Upon graduating high school, Alisha moved to Vietnam for six months to play in a blues and Top 40 band. After a taste of what it was like to be a full time musician, Alisha decided to move back to her homeland Australia, to attend University, majoring in music.

At the end of 2006, Alisha received a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Saxophone and Education Preparation from Australia’s prestigious Queensland Conservatorium of Music, in Brisbane.

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Album Spring Baby by Alisha Pattillo

Spring Baby

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Album Along for the Ride by Alisha Pattillo

Along for the Ride

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