Alana Grace has been a performer her entire life. Starting with musical theater at the age of 8, Alana has been singing, acting, dancing, and songwriting since that time. Discovering her passion for music at a young age, Alana was signed to Columbia Records for her solo project, Alana Grace, in the summer of 2002 with her first single, “Black Roses Red”, being released on the soundtrack of the movie “The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants” in 2005. Writing, recording, and performing music with many of the best in the business, Alana toured nationally in acoustic venues, outdoor theaters, rock clubs, and festivals for both her first and second albums as a solo act. After the release of her second album in 2009, she was part of The Vans Warped Tour, and met her future band mates for her most current music, the electronic rock project, THIS IS SHE, started in 2011. With the release of their EP with Adamant Records in 2012, the group did two tours to the Middle East performing for the troops and then toured internationally in east and Western Europe with bands including Lacuna Coil, Adam Lambert, and One Republic.
In addition to her growing list of musical credits, Alana continued to explore film and TV opportunities as well. A Harley rider herself, Alana became the host for the Speed Channel’s 2009 season of “The New American Thunder Show” interviewing celebrities, visiting motorcycle special events and riding. She also appeared in the Shana Feste film “Country Strong” which starred Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw. Continuing her strong focus on improving her performance skill, Alana has taken acting classes for the past six years; first with Michelle Danner, Alice Carter and Cameron Thor at the Carter Thor Studio, and currently with Lesly Kahn. She also has gone through the Improv program at UCB to build and improve on her improv and natural comedic skill.
Currently, Alana is working on creating content for social and traditional platforms. She is working on the web-series, "Sorry For Living," as well as travelling the festival circuit with her directorial debut short film, The Strangers We Know.