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Okay so you are a female singer, more specifically an Alto singer, and you want to sing karaoke…
The bar across the street just bought a new sound system and they have a karaoke Thursday event every week, right?
Now, you need to practice, so that when you get there, you can rock to the best karaoke songs for altos.
But, is there a list with good songs for altos to sing?
Is there like a holy grail of songs for alto girls?
And if there is, where is it?
Well… Today is your lucky day!
Read this article and you will learn which are the 50+ Best Karaoke Songs for Alto Females!
Great R&B hit from the 90’s. Can’t say no to this gem!
Cher definitely knows what’s up. If you wanna rock a party, Cher is the way to go.
Are you familiar with Adele? Well, if you want to sing and cry, this is the one.
If you were around in 1975, you have to recognize this Swedish present.
Super strong blues sang by a lady, nominated for three GRAMMYs. Solid and powerful.
Pink is the perfect representation of Girl Power. And this song is not the exception.
The perfect 3 am jam… Rehab will make you wanna go to rehab after singing it 10 times!
Super high pitched chorus-y vocals, very Lorde, very hipster, big hit.
Another all-time jam that you simply need to know. Singing it at any part will get you fans instantly.
Like all Taylor’s songs, they are catchy, pop-y and every single person in the room will like it. Guaranteed.
If you are into vintage jams from Aretha, this is a great option. Typical R&B hit from the era.
Remember the song that John Legend covered at the president’s inauguration? Well this is the original.
Typical song to dedicate to one of those guys that broke your heart into a bad romance. This one never fails!
Every song from Sheryl Crow will be amazing for altos. But, this one is especially great. Iconic from the 90’s.
Uplifting, plenty of positive energy and I guess we could call it a club banger! There is a reason why so many artists have covered it. Perfect for altos.
If you were alive back in the 90’s you for sure know about this song. Beautiful alto’s pop hit.
Big #1 hit from back in 1970’s. Nice song for alto female singers trying to impress in public.
This one not only is great for alto singers, but it also has a beautiful meaning within the lyrics. You must sing this one, people will clap at you and cry too.
Another pristine ABBA jam that will benefit from an alto female singer interpreting it. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Like all Adele’s songs, they move your heart and your audience’s too. Sing this one and make your alto voice shine.
Incredible song, beautiful alto range. This was for sure an icon back in the 80’s. Sing it and your adult contemporary audience will jam with you.
Have you ever watched Grease? Well guess what? This is one of the famous soundtracks from the movie. Sing it with your alto range and people will dance!
Instant showstopper. Sing this and people will stop doing whatever they are doing to pay attention to you. Legendary Broadway musical tune.
This song came from the musical Hairspray and it won eight Tony Awards. Is this famous enough for you? Add your alto voice and rock the house.
This song comes from the Freaky Friday Musical, so yes, it is a complete hit. If you sing it all the way using your alto voice, people will shock, in a good way!
The famous song from the Little Miss Sunshine musical that will make your audience cry once they hear it, especially if you sing it with your alto vocal range. It will be perfect.
Remember the famous musical The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder? Well, this is the song from it! Sing it and make people remember this funny musical.
Soundtrack of the super famous musical titled Bright Start. You sing this and hands will be up in the air, positive vibes and people having fun.
Are you familiar with the Belting Technique? Well, if you are an alto singer, and you want to impress people from day 1, you wanna sing this tune.
This is the typical song used to showcase an alto female singer. Learn it, sing it loud, applause guaranteed.
Another club banger for alto females. You get the mic, sing this song and get the checks.
If you like aggressive alto female vocals with belting and the whole 9 yards, this is the one. Beautiful tunes from the 70’s that people will remember.
The legendary musical “Cats”. Yes, this is the one. Sing it, belt it, instant gratification, money and applause.
Oh yes, Maroon 5 is the way to go if you wanna showcase your talent. This was a total hit when it came out, and if you sing it with an alto range, you will be golden.
Sang by Beyonce as a cover back in the day. There is a reason why she picked it for a cover. The song is simply perfect for your alto range.
Are you into female pop music? Well, this is the one. Get a microphone, get your glitter on, sing it out loud, belt it if you want, become famous! Number 1 hit from its era.
This is one of the most famous songs from Florence because it features the belting technique. Go ahead and try it! You can do it!
I mean, Gloria is Gloria, all of her songs showcase her incredible high vocal range. And guess what, you should go ahead and learn it too. Your friends will feel back in the 80’s as soon as you hit the first chorus.
If you are into rock and metal, Evanescence is for sure part of your daily jam. Now, if you want to be able to show the world you can sing in the alto range, don’t look further and learn this one. Amy Lee will be proud of you.
Another million dollar hit from Katy that should be part of your secret weapon’s list. You finish your set, and sing this as a bonus. Your fans will love you and your alto range will showcase itself!
Another Whinehouse classic. The perfect low pop song for female alto ranges.
Another club banger that you must know and have ready. The alto parts from the choruses will make your vocals shine and people will dance!
Remember this one hit wonder from the 90’s? Well you should because as soon as you sing this at the next party, people will recognize it and you will be money! Nice song for alto female singers.
Oh this is a famous hit from the 70’s. Nice ballad that you need to know if you want your audience to showcase your pristine talent!
The typical female country song by Faith Hill. Learn it, belt it and rock it!
Another cover made by Adele that will make you famous as soon as you sing it with your alto voice! Make sure you sing it loud and high.
Amy did a great cover with this song. If you sing it with a tight-playing band, in a small club setting with all the falsettos, you will be golden.
You know this song, it was a complete hit back in the 80’s. Learn it, go on stage and sing it live. People will thank you forever. Perfect alto song tune!
If you have a low-alto voice, this is the one, don’t look further. The perfect example of a low-alto designed vocal range for a hit.
If you are into pop ballads, and your voice is in the low-alto range, you might wanna learn this song to impress the A&R dudes!
If you wanna sing something that will make people happy and perhaps even cry at the same time with your beautiful alto range, you must sing a #1 hit from all time… This is for sure Dreams by Fleetwood Mac. No questions asked.
Now, if you want to showcase your strong belting technique while singing super high alto ranges, you must learn Firework from Katy Perry. This is a complete pop banger!
Last, but not least, if you are more into the low-alto range and you want your audience to jam with you at the karaoke bar, go ahead and sing Video Games by Lana Del Rey, this is a gem.
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