Young Saginaw, Michigan native Alicia Warrington picked up a guitar at age 10 and the sticks at age 12. Alicia had a love for music from very early on. Her mother bought her a children's guitar and drumset when she was only 4 years old.
When Alicia was 12, she discovered her uncle's massive 16-piece Ludwig drumset in his basement. She taught herself to play along to tapes of her favorite 80's hair metal bands.
Alicia Warrington has played with bands of many different genres including, pop, rock, R&B, funk, and even death metal. In fact, in her first couple of bands, Purgatory and Dropping The Messiah, she handled the thundering double-bass drumming as well as the vocals.
At age 16, Alicia Warrington hit the road with the post-punk group, Fudgegun. Touring the United States extensively, the group performed in 44 states on 9 tours and released 2 cds in the span of 3 years.
In 2001, Alicia Warrington packed her car and moved by herself to Los Angeles. While on the westcoast, she played with The Otterpops and Maps to Great Speed, before joining Ozzy's little pop-princess of darkness, Kelly Osbourne, in 2002.
While playing with Ms. Osbourne, Alicia Warrington has lived her dream of performing on television and music award shows including performances on the Tonight Show and the 2003 American Music Awards.
A more recent thrill was being the support act for Europe's biggest seller, Robbie Williams, on his 2003 summer tour. The 2 month, sold-out tour took Alicia Warrington to 11 different countries, where she performed in front of crowds that ranged from 60,000 to 135,000 people.