Francesca Alice Crowley is an American folk-pop singer-songwriter. She finds inspiration in the works of Stevie Nicks, Norah Jones, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell.
She has performed in her native Los Angeles area at Playa Vista Farmer’s Market, The Republic of Pie, Genghis Cohen. In Boston she has performed at the Public Library, the Prudential Center, Starbucks, Café 939, and at Cambridge's Middle East Corner. She has also opened for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at the Sinclair.
In 2014, Francesca joined Berklee College of Music to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Music with a focus in Songwriting and Music Business, and a minor in Music Technology.
Francesca will graduate in May of 2018 and move to Los Angeles to follow her passions: singing and songwriting. She also aspires to work for a publishing company.