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Alexandra Beltran was born in California to parents of mixed heritage. Her father, originally from Dasmariñas Cavite, Philippines, was Filipino, while her mother, a native of San Leandro, California, had Spanish, Mexican, and Native American ancestry.

During her elementary school years, Alexandra experienced the loss of her paternal great grandmother and traveled to the Philippines for memorial services. It was during this time that her passion for performing blossomed. Inspired by a cassette tape of the Spice Girls, she began entertaining friends, family, and neighbors in the Philippines, using improvised equipment like a dustpan-turned-microphone stand.

Upon returning to the United States, Alexandra's father enrolled her in private vocal lessons at Guitar Showcase with instructor Ted O' Bryan. Simultaneously, her grandmother opened Lilibel's Cafe, where Alexandra began earning money by performing for customers, garnering attention and tips for her talent.

Throughout her childhood, Alexandra pursued her dream of becoming a musician. She performed at notable venues such as the San Jose Summer Jazz Fest and the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, California. She has also entertained at private gigs held at Levi's Stadium and the San Francisco Fairmont Hotel. In 2019, she received recognition from the "National League of American Pen Women" for her musical achievements.


Alexandra credits Amy Winehouse as a major influence on her work, along with admiration for artists like Ella Fitzgerald, Norah Jones, Natalie Cole, and Melody Gardot.

Personal Life

Music remains a central part of Alexandra's life. Guided by her instructor Jim Bruno, she continues to develop her vocal skills. Currently, she serves as the lead vocalist for the Retro Notes. In her leisure time, she enjoys browsing record stores and spending quality moments with her family and friends.

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