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About Jeff Allen Music

Every artist has their own unique story, but what sets a great singer/songwriter apart is the ability to make their audience feel like they’ve lived it too. Jeff Allen has that gift for reeling people in with his music and making them feel richer for having shared the journey. A Texas born artist with a riveting stage presence and an uncanny gift for penning heart-piercing lyrics, Allen has that rare ability to blur the lines between outlaw attitude and mainstream accessibility, which has earned him a legion of devoted fans and a deal with the legendary Sony/ATV Publishing. Working with producers Kenny Greenberg (The Mavericks, Allison Moorer) and Odie Blackmon, who has penned hits for George Strait and Martina McBride, Allen has crafted a compelling collection of tunes that reverberate with the ache of lost love and celebrate the simple joys of a life well lived. “Good to be Alive” boasts an engaging melody and an upbeat lyric sure to illicit smiles. “Pretty Little Lonely” is an edgy romp that showcases the playful side of Allen’s distinctive vocals. “Baby, I’m a Liar” has an insinuating groove and a lyric Allen relates to easily. “I’ve never been the guy to walk up and spit out a pick up line, so the song just really hit home,” Allen says of the lyric about a guy hesitant to make a move on a pretty girl. “I wrote ‘Baby I’m A Liar’ with Odie and Jaren Johnston, whose first band, American Bang, I’ve been a fan of for years. We wrote this song in about two hours. It just came out easy.” Allen penned “Red, Wine and Blues” with Texas troubadour Brian Burke and Josh Osborne, whose credits include Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over” and Kacey Musgraves’ “Merry Go Round.” “The production captures the mood,” Allen says. “You can imagine this guy getting a phone call or text in the middle of the night from a person he knows he shouldn’t have anything to do with. It’s not my story anymore, but I can absolutely relate to that.” “Hold on Me” is a rocking up tempo tune that paints a portrait of heartbreak. “Most people have somebody that they’ll never forget. Regardless of where you move on in your life and the places you may go, that memory will always be there in some form or fashion,” Allen says of the song he wrote with Ward Guenther and Silas Stamey. “This is a real sad heartbreak song, but its got a good energy. I love that about it.” Allen’s ability to combine rock and roll swagger with country music candor has always served him well. The Canton, Texas native made his performing debut as a teen and was hooked. “Being up there on stage with a live band just felt fun and natural,” Allen recalls. “That was the first time I got a buzz for wanting to play.” Too young to perform in clubs, Allen persuaded his parents to take him to venues that supported young artists such as the Grapevine Opry and Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue, which helped launch LeAnn Rimes and Miranda Lambert. “After I graduated high school, I moved to Waco and I was driving a truck,” he recalls. “I met some guys that were looking for a singer and they were doing four-hour gigs a night. That was Tequila Highway and I played with them for about two years.” Allen’s solo debut “Raised on Gettin’ By” was a homegrown collection that showcased his eclectic musical tastes. The title track became a hit on the Texas music charts and Allen’s reputation as the next big thing continued to build. Blessed with honey blond good looks reminiscent of a young Brad Pitt and the poetic soul of Texas legend Townes Van Zant, Allen possesses a combination of searing integrity and down home charm that are a force to be reckoned with. “My influences are all across the board,” Allen admits. “I love the openness and lyrical stories of Bruce Springsteen, the rawness of Charlie Robison, and the honky-tonk feel of Dwight Yoakam. But I can appreciate everything from Randy Rogers to Kings of Leon.” It’s his ability to appreciate the best of all genres while remaining true to his own artistic vision that makes Jeff Allen so compelling. “I’m not trying to hit a certain vein or niche. I’m just doing what I do,” he says. “All the influences that I have be it rock or country come together. The Black Crowes bleed through in some songs while others reflect how much I love John Mellencamp and Bob Seger. I hope people just hear good music when it comes down to it. If you appreciate and relate to the songs in some way, that’s the end goal. For more NEWS and TOUR information please visit www.JeffAllenMusic.com
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Genres:
Country
Hometown:
Canton, Texas

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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About Jeff Allen Music

Every artist has their own unique story, but what sets a great singer/songwriter apart is the ability to make their audience feel like they’ve lived it too. Jeff Allen has that gift for reeling people in with his music and making them feel richer for having shared the journey. A Texas born artist with a riveting stage presence and an uncanny gift for penning heart-piercing lyrics, Allen has that rare ability to blur the lines between outlaw attitude and mainstream accessibility, which has earned him a legion of devoted fans and a deal with the legendary Sony/ATV Publishing. Working with producers Kenny Greenberg (The Mavericks, Allison Moorer) and Odie Blackmon, who has penned hits for George Strait and Martina McBride, Allen has crafted a compelling collection of tunes that reverberate with the ache of lost love and celebrate the simple joys of a life well lived. “Good to be Alive” boasts an engaging melody and an upbeat lyric sure to illicit smiles. “Pretty Little Lonely” is an edgy romp that showcases the playful side of Allen’s distinctive vocals. “Baby, I’m a Liar” has an insinuating groove and a lyric Allen relates to easily. “I’ve never been the guy to walk up and spit out a pick up line, so the song just really hit home,” Allen says of the lyric about a guy hesitant to make a move on a pretty girl. “I wrote ‘Baby I’m A Liar’ with Odie and Jaren Johnston, whose first band, American Bang, I’ve been a fan of for years. We wrote this song in about two hours. It just came out easy.” Allen penned “Red, Wine and Blues” with Texas troubadour Brian Burke and Josh Osborne, whose credits include Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over” and Kacey Musgraves’ “Merry Go Round.” “The production captures the mood,” Allen says. “You can imagine this guy getting a phone call or text in the middle of the night from a person he knows he shouldn’t have anything to do with. It’s not my story anymore, but I can absolutely relate to that.” “Hold on Me” is a rocking up tempo tune that paints a portrait of heartbreak. “Most people have somebody that they’ll never forget. Regardless of where you move on in your life and the places you may go, that memory will always be there in some form or fashion,” Allen says of the song he wrote with Ward Guenther and Silas Stamey. “This is a real sad heartbreak song, but its got a good energy. I love that about it.” Allen’s ability to combine rock and roll swagger with country music candor has always served him well. The Canton, Texas native made his performing debut as a teen and was hooked. “Being up there on stage with a live band just felt fun and natural,” Allen recalls. “That was the first time I got a buzz for wanting to play.” Too young to perform in clubs, Allen persuaded his parents to take him to venues that supported young artists such as the Grapevine Opry and Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue, which helped launch LeAnn Rimes and Miranda Lambert. “After I graduated high school, I moved to Waco and I was driving a truck,” he recalls. “I met some guys that were looking for a singer and they were doing four-hour gigs a night. That was Tequila Highway and I played with them for about two years.” Allen’s solo debut “Raised on Gettin’ By” was a homegrown collection that showcased his eclectic musical tastes. The title track became a hit on the Texas music charts and Allen’s reputation as the next big thing continued to build. Blessed with honey blond good looks reminiscent of a young Brad Pitt and the poetic soul of Texas legend Townes Van Zant, Allen possesses a combination of searing integrity and down home charm that are a force to be reckoned with. “My influences are all across the board,” Allen admits. “I love the openness and lyrical stories of Bruce Springsteen, the rawness of Charlie Robison, and the honky-tonk feel of Dwight Yoakam. But I can appreciate everything from Randy Rogers to Kings of Leon.” It’s his ability to appreciate the best of all genres while remaining true to his own artistic vision that makes Jeff Allen so compelling. “I’m not trying to hit a certain vein or niche. I’m just doing what I do,” he says. “All the influences that I have be it rock or country come together. The Black Crowes bleed through in some songs while others reflect how much I love John Mellencamp and Bob Seger. I hope people just hear good music when it comes down to it. If you appreciate and relate to the songs in some way, that’s the end goal. For more NEWS and TOUR information please visit www.JeffAllenMusic.com
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Genres:
Country
Hometown:
Canton, Texas

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