“Figuring It Out” from Missy Alcazar is a collection of originals that takes you through the journal of healing from trauma, anxiety, PTSD and grief. Missy Alcazar says “Each song captures a moment in time when I was discovering the courage to reach out for professional help to ease my mental health. Then, sequentially utilizing the tools and resources I learned in cognitive behavior therapy and EDMR sessions to manage my anxiety. I learned ways to practice forgiveness, self compassion and self love. The album art is inspired by the non-profit organization “Project Semi-Colon.” the nation’s most effective grassroots mental health organization dedicated to bettering the lives suffering from mental illness, addiction, depression and anxiety. This album is dedicated to and inspired by my incredibly supportive Twitch Community. Without them, this album would not have been released into the world to hear. Cheers to Slow Nation, BroNation and the Gasm Club.”.
Missy Alcazar is a filipina-american professional dueling pianist, independent singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and true renaissance woman. Her first EP album “Come Love Me” released in 2018, helped her get nominated for Best Singer Songwriter at the 2019 San Diego Music Awards. In 2019 she released her 2nd EP Album titled “Goodbye” dedicated to the struggles of grief losing her mother to cancer. Her first full length album “Figuring It Out” has been released digitally Nov 1, 2022, completed funded by her Twitch Community.
Stay tuned for her Vinyl Record & CD release party also completed funded by her Twitch family. Alot of the album and it’s artwork is inspired by “Project Semi-Colon” a non-profit dedicated to those struggling with mental illness, depression, suicide, and addiction. She holds title of being the first resident female dueling pianist at Disneyland’s “Showdown At The GoldenHorseshoe.” Missy performs as a dueling pianist internationally, streams live music daily on Twitch and manages her own piano studio, indie record label and art studio. She’s active in philanthropy and is currently in the process of starting her own non-profit called The Melba Foundation, an organization that offers free music lessons, music supplies and live entertainment.