Electronic Press Kit

Contact Information


chelsisson@gmail.com (Preferred way of contact)


P.O. Box 101711
3118 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201


Chelsea Sisson is a local DC vocalist & musician. Her unique style of music was inspired by modern indie rock, classic blues & jazz, and the psychedelic rock from the 60s. Her influences include The Beatles, The Black Keys, The Arctic Monkeys, Amy Winehouse, Elle King, and Gin Wigmore.

She currently performs at local venues in the DC area, and is working with local DC area producer Dave Mallen on an EP. She has performed at established local venues such as: Iota Club and Cafe, Ireland Four Courts, Black Squirrel, Tortoise and Hare, The Velvet Lounge, & The TreeHouse Lounge. 

Links to Professional Work

Unreleased EP
This is a collection of songs for my 2016 EP Release - Electrocute Me. This EP is NOT currently publicly available, so please do not publicly share the link. All songs are written by and sang by Chelsea A. Sisson, unless otherwise stated. All instruments are played by and songs are produced by Dave Mallen, unless otherwise stated.

Live Performance Videos


Link to Professional Photos
Photography by Elliot O'Donovan.


Chelsea Sisson’s voice is both sultry and edgy, like an indie rocker singing the blues. Her songs speak of love and longing - replete with dark metaphors and irony, but always with a glimmer of optimism. Chelsea draws from classic jazz, rock, and pop to brew her own special musical potion that is sure to intoxicate you.
— Dave Mallen, Owner/Producer, Innovation Station Music
Chelsea’s style is simply just cool. Her songs are a mix of the classic sounds of the 60s with an indie rock spin. She’s an old soul with a unique and sultry voice. Her genuine love of performing shines through on stage!
— Cathy DiToro, fellow DC singer/songwriter & coordinator of Ladies Night On Stage
Chelsea Sisson is a welcomed fresh sound to the Washington, DC area music scene. She has combined the classic vibe of early female rock from the 1960s with modern pop undertones reminiscent of Amy Winehouse & Lana Del Ray. On stage she’s a storyteller, giving each song the attention it deserves so the audience connects even more with her songs.
— Brian Franke, fellow DC singer/songwriter