Posted October 18, 2018 07:00:00 Alesma is a Canadian-born composer, singer, and songwriter who rose to fame in the U.S. as the lead vocalist of the band The Mountain Goings.
In 2011, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and, in 2014, the Canadian Music Hall of Honor.
Alesman has also released a number of albums, including the album The Mountain Went Crazy, which was released in 2018.
Alesman recently announced plans to perform at the White House with the Mountain Goat as part the President’s annual Cake Tour, which is an event where presidents and their families attend private parties and receptions.
Aides will hold open houses throughout the United States, including one for members of the press, and attendees will also be able to attend White House ceremonies.
The event will begin on Friday, October 19, at the National Museum of American History, and will run through October 23.
President Trump will be the first sitting president to attend, but he will be joined by other members of his family.
The White Hall is expected to be filled with at least 1,500 people, with more than 5,000 people expected to attend the event.
Alysman told Entertainment Weekly that he plans to play his solo album The Snowman as part a solo tour.
He said that he will use the event to promote his own music, including his new single, “The Snowman.”