Bandwidth: Alexa Weber-Morales wants to work for you
on January 27, 2012
This Oakland singer/songwriter wants to work for you, so to speak. She’s also the focus of our latest Bandwidth, our continuing video series highlighting talented musicians in the East Bay. We bring you Alexa Weber-Morales as she debuts her latest album “I Wanna Work For You,” a fan-funded endeavor consisting of 10 original songs which range from jazz to salsa and across multiple languages.
To learn more at Alexa, click here.
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