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Sybil Grace is a recording artist on a mission to help the world 'grow every day.' Her surrealistic musical works transport the listener to a genre bending world of guitar virtuosity, deep emotional connection, and aesthetic development. 

Sybil was born on an active volcano in Washington State. Her youth was spent exploring the scenic beauty of the Pacific Northwest and playing any instrument she could get her hands on. Early in life she was mostly self taught on her father's homemade guitar. At age 16 she bought her first guitar, a blue B.C. Rich Warlock. 

As a teenager Sybil was drawn to the music of guitar virtuosos such as Al Di Meola, Luca Turilli, Paul Gilbert, Jason Becker, Lita Ford, Marty Friedman, Jennifer Batten, Hizaki, Mark Knopfler, Brian Setzer, Herman Li, Glen Campbell, Hide, Chet Atkins, Prince, Les Paul, and many others.

To develop her playing further, Sybil trained privately for over 15 years under some of the finest guitar instructors in the world including (German Schauss, Nili Brosh, Jennifer Batten, and Zack Uidl).

In 2021 Sybil officially joined the B.C. Rich Guitars as an artist. 

In 2021 Sybil officially joined Ovation Guitars as an artist.

In July of 2021 Bog Street invited Sybil to demo her music live at Summer NAMM in Nashville, Tennessee.

She is currently embarking on a multi-year quest to share her unique musical vision with the world while raising funds for Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN). Since February 1st 2021, this quest has raised over $34,000 for ASAN.

As an adult on the autism spectrum, the vital work that ASAN does has helped improved Sybil's quality of life. She and millions of others living on the autism spectrum need the work of advocates like ASAN to create a better future for themselves and their loved ones.

To make a tracked donation on Sybil's behalf to ASAN you can donate through Sybil's current go-fund-me campaign, All donations go directly to ASAN.

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization run by and for autistic people. ASAN works to advance civil rights, support self-advocacy in all its forms, and improve public perceptions of autism.

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