By James Patrick Herman. Warner Records has signed in-demand songwriter Amy Allen to a recording contract. The deal was inked last July when Allen began cutting back on session work with other artists her past collabs include Harry Styles, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello and focusing on her forthcoming solo debut. Not only did she co-write all of the songs on the album, she also co-produced nearly every track. Allen co-wrote the country-tinged single with fellow seasoned hitmaker Dan Wilson of Semisonic fame, who has worked with everyone from the Dixie Chicks to Adele. Every lyric is important. Every line keeps you in suspense while you wait with anticipation for what the next line will be.
After rising as an in-demand songwriter and working with superstars such as Harry Styles, Halsey, and Selena Gomez, rising musical ingenue Amy Allen is beginning the newest chapter of her musical career: the lead. A female powerhouse, Allen strives to make music that is relevant and timeless. We caught up with the artist recently to talk musical origins and the perpetual quest for meaning.
Amy Allen grew up in Windham, Maine with her parents and two sisters. While in elementary school, Allen played bass in her sister's band Jerks of Grass, and as a teenager she played folk and bluegrass music at bars and pubs. Tandem Mania , their debut EP, was released on September 22, Allen also collaborated with alternative rock band Pvris on their EP, Hallucinations. Jude Songwriters Showcase to benefit the St. Allen has a new album due out through Warner Records from which two singles have been released so far: "Queen of Silver Linings" and "Difficult". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American songwriter, record producer, and singer. Not to be confused with Aimee Allen. Indie rock indie pop bluegrass folk.
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