A diamond in the rough, folk/pop singer/songwriter Sandra Dolores has been making waves throughout the central valley and Sacramento with an angelic voice and a devilish wit.
Influenced early on with vocal lessons at the University of the Pacific’s Music Conservatory in Stockton, CA, singing in the church band, along with guitar lessons and choirs throughout high school, Sandra Dolores has refined her poetic, personal style. Working her way as a young woman in her 20s from the coffee shops and bars to center stage as a full-time musician, leaving a marriage and day jobs to pursue her career, she uses these experiences to write relevant songs about love and life.
Shortly before the release of her first full length album Wait and See in 2011, Sandra moved to Sacramento and immersed herself in the local music scene. She is currently best known in the downtown Sacramento, CA area for having hosted two successful Open Mics: The Torch Club and Old Ironsides. These weekly shows shaped Sandra’s on-stage persona and performances into a finely crafted, unique story telling experience that is not easily forgotten by it’s listener. She has been nominated for Best Singer/Songwriter by the MAMA Awards (Modesto Area Music Awards) and has been featured in numerous San Joaquin and Sacramento County News publications, as well as various TV Appearances.