Some stuff some people said some time about Alison:
If you turned on your radio today and heard Breathe & Believe (co-written by
Alison) you wouldn't believe it was by an LA-based unsigned band. They fit right in with bands like Matchbox 20 and the Goo-Goo Dolls" (Seth ~ TheLAMusicScene.com)
"If you have been yearning for rock with a strong Brit-pop influence, look no further than
Alison, a singer with a voice so gem-like you could use it to cut safety glass. She delivers her insightful vocals with ray-gun precision and a zesty sense of fun." (G-Man of the Tribune Newspaper Group)
"Think of Alison as an English Jewel with her own uniquely positive perspective on life & all its daily doings. Not too sugary or too full or angst, her lyrics are honest & fresh & her sound is a breathy ethereal folk-pop." (Alison was featured artist on riffage.com)
"It really wasn't a surprise to me when Alison announced this next song, "Here with Me," would soon appear in a movie soundtrack, it was that good! The softer ballads were definitely my forte, but I think anyone who enjoys the "adult alternative" (sorry for the label) sound, will love what
Alison offers." (TLAMS)
"Alison is a talented artist and her new CD is a pop/rock pleasure to listen to! "I'll Be There" and "Way of the World" are great upbeat songs and get you started. By the time the CD player plays the track "Sometimes", you're in the
Alison groove! It's a very cool CD, so make sure you pick a copy up as soon as possible!" (Keith "KC" Clifton, New Artist Showcase, KLAS 89.7FM)
"This is perfect music for plugging a pair of headphones into the arm of an airplane seat. Her band is like the shampoo that goes on first to clean the hair, but her voice is like conditioner that leaves the hair silky and smooth. Her contemplative Sheryl Crow meets Lisa Loeb songs are backed by frisky Go-Go's new wave. It's a wise choice -- it stops any potential whininess from forming while allowing
Alison to reveal her personal observations. These tunes make you feel fabric softener fresh"
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