April 19, 2024 – Alecia Aichelle Performing Live!

April 19, 2024 – Alecia Aichelle Performing Live!

Alecia Aichelle is performing live on the Cook County Saloon Stage April 19, 2024!

See Below For More Details.

Door Fees are as follows:
6:00PM - 8:00PM | FREE Entry
8:00PM - Close | $10

At Cook County Saloon, we're proud to have been a part of the Alberta country music scene for the past 42 years. We've always believed in supporting local and national artists, providing a venue for them to showcase their talent and connect with their fans.

The past few years has been pivotal in Alecia Aichelle’s career with the release of 12 singles, many significant shows, and a sponsor car from Scott Subaru of Red Deer for her Western Canadian Hooked On Us radio tour which included visiting over 40 radio stations. With an album and 12 singles released, Alecia Aichelle is becoming known for her heartfelt lyrics combined with captivating piano melodies as well as dynamic vocals and guitar. Performance highlights include Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Café, Nashville writer’s rounds, Canadian Finals Rodeo Mainstage, Ponoka Stampede Big Top Dance Hall and the brand new Ponoka Stampede Showdown Dance Hall, and opening for Aaron Pritchett, Aaron Goodvin, and The Bellamy Brothers. Alecia was living in Nashville prior to the pandemic and is currently living back in Canada. She is very busy building her career with shows all over Alberta and Western Canada and frequent trips back to Nashville, TN.

Born and raised in Kelowna, BC, Alecia’s love for music and performance began early on as she grew up singing in her church and excelled in Royal Conservatory classical piano. She also enjoyed acting and spent a great deal of time performing in school musicals and community performances. Alecia was introduced to country music at a young age by her parents, who have been devoted supporters of Alecia’s musical goals and dreams. Some of her first musical influences include Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Shania, Dolly, Patsy Cline, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Terri Clark, Paul Brandt, CCR, and Elvis, to name a few. Reflecting on her country music roots Alecia says, “Country was definitely not considered cool where I grew up, but it was my passion, a part of me, and I really didn’t care that the other kids teased me about it. It has always been who I am and I have always stuck to my guns.” When not practicing music and performing in her growing up years Alecia would spend her spare time with her dog and other pets as well as her neighbors horses, all the while dreaming, singing, and writing songs.