What sets Barbie Almalbis apart from others that came and went before her?
Well, she’s been around for 16 years—long before female artists from some reality TV show stepped into the spotlight.
As the quintessential pop rock artist, Barbie has charm and talent, which she has consistently maintained.
Plus, according to long-time manager and 12Stone Records head Tommy Tanchanco, “she's a very good guitarist”—keeping her musical chops razor sharp while managing to raise a family.
New album in April
"I saw her when she was 17 and right from there I knew I was going to manage her even in her 30s," Tommy recalled.
Barbie, who began her musical career with Hungry Young Poets and Barbie’s Cradle, took up the guitar when she was in fifth grade.
It led to a musical career so robust and consistent, she is releasing a new album in April.
Barbie, now 36, is grateful her career is chugging along nicely.
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