Alissa Musto has graced stages across New England, New York City and across the United States including the House of Blues, the Hard Rock Cafe, Foxwoods Resort & Casino, the Rhode Island Convention Center, the Wang Theatre, the Peabody Essex Museum's "Ocean Liners: Glamour, Speed, and Style" exhibit, the Middle East Club and Boston's prestige hotels, restaurants, universities and events for corporations, charities and political candidates. She has maintained long-term piano bar residencies at Point Street Dueling Pianos (Providence, RI), Jacob Wirth (Boston, MA) and Mastro's Ocean Club (Boston, MA) and is a preferred entertainer within New England's top agencies and dueling piano clubs around the country. She has been recognized as a Boston Office of Arts and Culture grant recipient and finalist in the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, Limelight Music Awards and New England Music Awards. Her 2017 acoustic EP, “X Post Facto” has been been described as “hauntingly beautiful”, “captivating”, “poignant, authentic” and “the millennial ballad of the century”, while she has been praised as a “jazzy-folk songwriting genius” and “your generation’s Billy Joel".
During the pandemic, Alissa traveled cross country in a camper van, lived on a sailboat and eventually relocated to Florida where she is the house performer at Showbar Dueling Pianos in Ybor City. In October 2021, she competed in the historic Miss World America virtual pageant--a preliminary to the oldest-running international pageant, winning the Beauty With A Purpose and Talent challenges and ultimately placing in the top 5. Alissa is currently a rookie on the NHL Tampa Bay Lightning Blue Crew, entertaining hockey fans at Amalie Arena during home games.