About Aly Tadros
"Her last name is Greek but, once you speak to Aly Tadros, you always end up in Egypt or Pakistan[..] it's clear (even though she only picked up the guitar recently) that she was born to fingerpick and execute a perfect Cuban clave with her flamenco shoes."
-San Antonio Current-
"Aly's powerful voice and confident playing fill the stage completely. Her singing slides from open-hearted and wispy to tortured and edgy, similar to the vocal transitions that Jeff Buckley perfected"
Aly Tadros made her musical debut at the age of five with her riveting performance of ''Cardboard Fish 11'' in Laredo Little Theatre's production of 'The Little Mermaid''. She went on to pursue career in the arts via dance recitals, community theatre, and her parent's living room. Tadros received rave reviews from the San Antonio Current, The Laredo Morning Times, and her high school drama teacher.
After moving between Laredo, Istanbul, Cairo, New York City, and San Antonio, the 22-year-old settled down in Austin, Texas to (1) be a singer/songwriter, (2) wear cowboy boots on a daily basis, and (3) constantly refer to herself in the third person...
...and she has never been happier.
Aly's debut album, "Things Worth Keeping" was mixed, engineered and produced by Duane Lundy at Shangri-la Studios in Lexington, Ky in March of 2009. Players on the album include Justin Craig and Robby Cosenza of These United States, Lundy, and Ben Sollee.
"Things Worth Keeping" is set for release August 22, 2009!