Sidney Bowen, at just 14, is stirring things up in the music business. Tish Ciravolo, President and Founder of Daisy Rock Girl Guitars says, “Sidney Bowen and Taylor Swift should be besties! Sidney’s songwriting is downright all American and catchy and her voice is like ear candy. She’s writing some great guitar songs about forlorn teenage love and angst and how hard it is being 14 going on 30!”
“You were making those high notes look easy. You made the song your own too, which is cool.”-Kris Allen (American Idol)
“Youth needs us to hear them now more than ever. Sidney Bowen knows this and that is exactly what makes you listen to her.”-President of Real Artists Management
At the beginning of her journey at the young age of 10, Sidney spent 3 years as the lead singer of the popular rock band WhipLash Kids Band, during which time the band was nominated twice for the OC Music Awards for Best Youth Band. She performed at over 45 venues all over Southern California during that time.
Out of 45,000 entries, she was a top 10 finalist in the Kidz Bop Star USA National Talent Search. She was recently endorsed by the world famous Daisy Rock Guitars.
Sidney has written 4 originals, one of which, ‘Caught In Between’ is currently on itunes. Sidney’s lyrics are inspired by her life experiences of love, friendship, and the social pitfalls and pressures of being a teen. She is a voice for those teens who can’t be heard.
Sidney has two originals in rotation on Rater Bug Radio and Rockin Doc Radio, and don’t forget to watch her first look Fanlala interview at fanlala.com. You can check out her article in the Laguna Niguel/Dana Point Patch, in which she also blogs.
Sidney will be on the Laguna Beach radio station KX93.5 this month, where she will perform live as well as be interviewed. She has two new originals set to release in March along with music videos.
Now performing current hits and originals all over Southern California with her acoustic band, they are not to be missed. You can see Sidney perform all over Southern California.