Alicia Previn (also known as Lovely Previn ) is an American violinist, songwriter, recording artist and author. She is the daughter of André Previn KBE , the conductor of the Houston, Pittsburgh, and London Symphony Orchestras and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and American jazz singer Betty Bennett .
Previn began playing the violin at 7-years-old and was classically trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London by Virginia Majewski and Joan Rotchford-Davies.   She experimented with other music genres such as rock, folk, blues and jazz, performing in bands from age thirteen.  In high school, she joined the London Symphony Orchestra Chorus, conducted by her father at the Royal Albert and Festival Halls. 
Previn recorded, performed and toured with a variety of bands and artists in diverse musical genres, playing across the globe on singles and CDs. She was also a member of the Irish rock group In Tua Nua as well as The Young Dubliners. She appeared on television in the U.S. and internationally in music TV shows, commercials, videos and MTV music videos. She also performed on Jay Leno's Tonight Show in 1993 with "The Cages"  with British talk-show host Des O'Connor . Previn was nominated at the San Diego Music Awards in 2013  as best female musician with now disbanded group "Folding Mr. Lincoln".
Her recording career includes Polydor Records' artist, Philip D'Arrow, Atlantic Records' artist Andy Leek, London Records' artists The Hothouse Flowers, Virgin Records' band In Tua Nua, Dave King's band Flogging Molly (formerly Fastway) and Katmandu, Irish rock band Finn MacCool, New Red Archives Records' Ten Bright Spikes, Red Planet Records' The Bumpin' Uglies, Virgin Records' Cracker with David Lowery, JVC Records' Great White and Jack Russell, Capitol Records' Richard Thompson, and with Barry McGuire and Terry Talbot, as well as English bands such as General Public, The Communards, Barry Blue/Julian Littman Productions, and The Flying Pickets. She also leads her own band in the UK and released "Shatterproof" in 1982.
In August 2017 Previn was the subject of a cover story in the California-based publication, The San Diego Troubadour.