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Finding yourself means fearlessly accepting yourself for exactly who you are. It means breaking out of the box life puts you in and living free from expectations. That’s exactly what former Austin, Texas native Tori Allen is doing.
Tori Allen is one of Nashville’s most accomplished artists and fiddle players on the music scene today. Recently finishing the Zac Brown Band's 2021 "The Comeback Tour" with Country newcomer, Ashland Craft, Allen is pursuing her own original music and it's full steam ahead.
Allen is a recording artist, musician and multi instrumentalist, playing the mandolin, violin, guitar, piano as well as background vocalist in her own projects and with other artists globally. She has worked alongside artists such as Stevie Wonder, Morgan Wallen, Lainey Wilson, Riley Green, Blanco Brown, Jordan Davis, Mitchell Tenpenny and many more.
In her own original projects, Tori has found success opening for acts such as Jake Owen, Paula Nelson, Dillon Carmichael, Cole Swindell, Dierks Bentley including countless others. Allen is currently in her third year as member of the CMT Awards house band since joining in 2019.
Tori Allen has been an artist and professional musician for over 15 years. Growing up as a classical violinist for most of her life, she was selected as a soloist performing at Carnegie Hall at the age of 18 in 2010. She would then attend The University of San Antonio as a double major in violin and viola before moving to Nashville, Tennessee shortly after in 2011 to pursue songwriting. Allen was brought to Nashville by opportunity on the corporate side of the music industry, working for Full Circle Music Publishing on Nashvilles' famed Music Row where she would then learn to hone her craft as a songwriter and learn about the music industry.
Not only is Tori’s music original, positive, upbeat, and fun, Allen is a true genre fusing genius. Tori Allen is making her own rules with music that speaks to multiple audiences from different genres of music including pop, country, americana and folk. She has a pop sound that is influenced by funk, country, soul, and ’50s & ’60s music. Most people describe Allen as a mixture between Sheryl Crow and Amy Winehouse with a twist of Macy Gray and Sam Cooke.
Tori is closing out 2021 with the release of her music video for her single “Colors” which has garnered over 150K streams on Spotify alone. Tori will kick off 2022 by dropping six consecutive singles through the winter into the spring months leading to her spring tour including dates domestically and throughout Europe.
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