At three years old, Becky Alter picked up her daddy's guitar, posed and said, "I'm gonna be Star of the World". And so set the stage of many years of garage bands, college punk and indie scenes, and dark, dingy bars...anywhere to play her music. In the last 4 years she has managed to take her band, The December Question, to huge success regionally. Most recently, she received accolades from Denver's premier music editor, Dave Herrera of Westword Newspaper. Quoted in his "Critic's Choice" column, "Becky Alter, whose raspy, robust vocals recalled Janis Joplin... and carved out a sound that conjures Jefferson Airplane after receiving a Dead Can Dance-like deconstruction...(her) delivery uncannily resembles Grace Slick's." While maintaining presence fronting her band, Becky's solo career has begun to skyrocket. She has gone back to her roots, writing and performing regularly for a crowd devoted solely to her old, new, indie-folk, alt-country, grrrl rock, sound. Her words and music will lure you in and spit you back out...all the better for the turn. Becky Alter has been compared to the likes of Patty Griffin, Ani DiFranco, and Sarah Bettens, with an updated twist of her most admired singer-songwriter, Joni Mitchell.