The David A. Howe Public Library is pleased to welcome up and coming country music star from Nashville Tennessee Allie Colleen to the Nancy Howe Auditorium stage.
A Belmont University graduate from Owasso, Oklahoma with a style that is truly her own,
Allie Colleen is no stranger to the music industry. A passion for singing and songwriting since a young age has garnered her a reputation of being a notable songwriter with an iconic-sounding voice.
Her impeccably strong voice with hints of timeless tradition falls between classic country and the emerging country sound. The room never fails to silence as Allie Colleen begins to sing about the layers of love and heartbreak that have shaped her. Some of her newest songs bring witty lyrics and a connection to the song unlike most today.
One of her original songs, Close Enough, gained nearly more than 715k views on YouTube. Her social media following has continued to increase every year. Her passionate drive and innovative vision set her apart from her peers resulting in here music and videos going viral on the internet – even capturing the attention of well-known radio show host Bobby Bones – proving that her audience is captive and waiting for her next song. Persistently working to hone her skills along-side industry professionals and performing at venues both around Nashville and national venues garners Allie Colleen a growing fan base.
Allie Colleen’s debut single, “Work In Progress” defines the life that’s shaped her with personal lyrics and transparency in both the vocals and delivery. “Work in Progress” is a sweet sentiment regarding her introduction to the Music Industry co-written with hit songwriter Marcus Hummon and well known studio engineer Greg Beick. Her current single, “Along The Way” has touched hearts and continues to be a fan favorite.
For more information on Allie Colleen and her music, visit her website at www.alliecolleenmusic.com.
This live and in person concert is admission free and open to everyone and will take place on Thursday, October 7th, at 7pm in the Nancy Howe Auditorium of the David A. Howe Public Library, 155 North Main Street, Wellsville NY. Masks are required when in the library building and auditorium.
This concert is funded in part by the Decentralization Regrant Program of the New York State Council of the Arts. This program, with the support of the governor and the New York State Legislature, is administered by the Tri-County Arts Council.