About

Alex Lomartire is an up-and-coming country singer/songwriter who originates from New Hampshire. He mixes the soul of classic country with today’s vibrant and fresh sounds through his dynamic lyrics, power-house vocals, and energetic performances. He is currently a student at Belmont University studying music business. At the age of 16 he made his debut on WSM Radio in Nashville, Tennessee with his original song, co-written with Benji Harris, “Here When You Want Me”, which became the anthem for the non-profit organization With Purpose. He has performed at venues and festivals across the northeast and Middle-Tennessee such as Delta Dental Stadium, the Cocheco Arts Festival, Rochester Performance and Arts Center, and is a regular at the historic Fox and Locke in Leipers Fork. He draws inspiration from country music of all eras, but his musical styling leans towards that of Eric Church, Garth Brooks, and George Strait. Alex attributes his love of country music to his grandparents who introduced him to the genre at an early age. As an artist, he is passionate about spreading powerful messages through stories that he invites his audience into each time he performs. Alex released his debut single, “Mix With”, this October and is currently working on a new project set to release in the spring of 2023.