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Indiana University Bloomington, IN
Promoting the education and awareness of the dangers and issues surrounding addiction and substance abuse, primarily through
the use of live music and local resources as a way to connect the Bloomington community in a safe, engaging way!
Promote local music and art
Provide resource information
Connect community and students to resources
Educate through free full-scale concert
Awareness at high risk times
Educate people on what to do if in trouble
Stay informed on local and national legislation
Make informed, educated, and responsible decisions to live responsibly
Be proactive, not reactive - donít wait to save a life
Since being asked to write a song for the Warner Brother's Production "The King of Cool - A Tribute to James Dean" at age 14, Alexa Roemke hasn't looked back.
A consummate and consistent performer, Alexa is always working on her craft - whether it is singing, writing, or acting. Honing her skills through classes and various competitions, she went to Los Angeles where she received some great experiences working with some of the hottest up-and-coming singer/songwriters on the scene today.
She continues to receive acting instruction from Mark Fauser and John D' Aquino, and taught a comedy-writing and performing class along with Aaron Messer to grade-school students at the Community School of the Arts in Marion, Indiana.
Alexa has recently moved to Nashville, TN, where she has been writing and singing as much as she can. There, she has come into the genre of Soul/R&B.