(self-release), from Phoenix, AZ

Single, "Tomorrow"
Stream and Download EP here

Sophie Dorsten is an Indie/Folk singer-songwriter born and raised in the Phoenix area. She has been singing her unique sound around the Valley since she was 9 years old.

In the beginning, she and her brothers were in a band called Sophie and The Boyz, as she sang and played bass guitar. After several years the band broke up and she picked up the acoustic guitar and taught herself as she wrote songs and learned fun covers.

Sophie has released 3 EP’s; “Beauty of the Heart” recorded and released when she was just 13, “Leaves” released a couple years later, and most recently released in September 2018 was “Roses” with 3 beautiful originals on it. November 2019 Sophie released a single titled "Growing."  I wrote this song for my mom for all she does for me, but also for anyone that has someone that loves them through it all!   #littleblondegirlbigvoice


 “This 16-year-old singer-songwriter has been blessed with a voice that’s nothing less than spellbinding, which she uses to brilliant effect on the emotionally vulnerable ballads that make up her latest recording, a breathtaking three-song collection called “Roses.”

-Ed Masley, azcentral.com, January 11, 2019


Sophie has been a part of Alice Cooper's Solid Rock teen center for the past several years volunteering her time in both giving vocal lessons as well as big events held; whether it be singing at the event or physically helping. She has competed in the Alice Cooper Proof is in the Pudding talent competition and won 2nd place in 2018. Sophie has even performed back-up vocals with Alice Cooper at a press release party at the teen center - what a blast!

Sophie has performed the National Anthem for the Chicago Cubs, LA Dodgers, SF Giants, and Oakland A’s for several years during Spring Training, as well as the City of Mesa's 2019 4th of July celebration for both the Naturalization ceremony and right before fireworks. What an honor!

Sophie is regularly played on KWSS 93.9, AZRADIO.live, and now around the country on college radio.