Michele Whitlow

Michele Whitlow

Hometown
Detroit, Michigan
Residence
San Diego, California
Alma mater
Berklee College of Music
Boston, Massachusetts
Years active
2001–present
Occupation
Singer • Songwriter • Musician • Web and Software Developer • Graphic Designer • Photographer
Musical career
Genres
Alternative • Hard rock • Hip-hop • Metal • Pop • R&B • Rock • Soul
Instruments
Vocals • Guitar • Piano • Drums • Percussion
Associated acts
Ask Alice • The Big Lewinsky • Digital Bath • Fallen Angels • Get Groovin' • Left4Dead • Monsters of Rock • Naranca • Ophelia Vibe • Relax Max • Roni Lee Group • Sin After Sin • S!rens Of Rock • Stuck • United AfterMax • Up The Irons • Von Gilda • The Wild Nights Band
Repertoire

Michele Whitlow is a professional singer, songwriter, and musician in Southern California, specializing in original music and a wide variety of cover music spanning seven decades.

Current projects


Past and/or inactive projects


Notable associations


In 2005, Michele provided background vocals for the song "Unrequited", on the album Free by Michele Colosi.

From 2007 to 2012, Michele was the National Anthem Vocalist for the Plymouth Whalers (OHL), performing both Canadian and American anthems before each home game. Additionally during this time, Michele performed occasional anthems for other sporting events including home games for the Detroit Tigers (MLB) and the Detroit Derby Girls.

In July 2017, Michele performed as guest vocalist with San Diego's Ultimate Metal Tribute Band, Monsters of Rock.

From 2017-2019, Michele has performed as part of the annual "Rock Goddess Benefit Concert" in San Diego, raising funds for non-profit organizations by tributing women in music.

Since 2019, Michele performed multiple times on KUSI News / "Good Morning San Diego":

In 2021, Michele contributed lyrics and vocals for the song "All In" by Alys Arctor.

Discography


  • Live/Acoustic (2001) [limited release]
  • Satin Roses (2003)
  • Hypocritical Memories (2004-7) [unreleased]

Tours


  • 867.05 Miles To Go Tour (2003)