K-pop singer AleXa to hold solo concerts in eight U.S. cities in October

By Kim Joo-heon Posted : August 18, 2022, 10:12 Updated : October 25, 2023, 13:52

[Courtesy of ZB Label]

SEOUL -- Alexaundra Christine Schneiderman, an American singer and dancer better known by her stage name AleXa, will kick off her first U.S. tour in eight cities. The 25-year-old K-pop singer gained popularity for winning an American TV channel NBC's music competition called "American Song Contest," where she competed with 55 American artists including veteran singers Michael Bolton and Macy Gray.
Starting in Jersey City on October 18, AleXa will meet her U.S. fans in San Juan, Atlanta, Chicago, Oklahoma, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles. ZB Label, the artist's agency, said the singer would interact with fans with her powerful performance with K-pop features. 
The artist garnered attention for performing a dance song titled "Wonderland" in the final episode of "American Song Contest" where 56 American singers participated. She was the only one who scored more than 700 points in the final and performed at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on May 15.
AleXa was born and raised in Oklahoma to a mother of Korean descent and a father of American-Russian descent. She became popular by participating in "Produce 48," a South Korean cable TV survival music contest show in 2018. The singer made her solo debut in 2019 with "Bomb," a digital single album. She debuted in the U.S. under a contract with ICM Partners, a global talent agency based in Los Angeles, in 2020.
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