NO ONE SUCCEEDS ALONE
These are the kind and talented people who have lent a helping hand in support of my musical aspirations and left an indelible mark on my soul. I am forever grateful for their contributions and collaboration.
It makes me proud to introduce you to this powerful human network and their individual mastercrafts:
Doug is my dad. It's his music that taught me about life, creativity, and loving what is. He is my all time favorite singer and songwriter, and the catalyst for my own desire to spread love and healing vibes through the lasting power of song.
Robert is my husband, best friend, and partner in everything. He teaches me by example how to set and grow to achieve even the most audacious goals with integrity and style. If you've got luxury real estate on your mind, he's your guy!
Droo is the multi-instrumentalist musician and electronic music producer that helped me realize the dream of Allison2020. He is the ultimate collaborator with talent, creativity, and a discerning ear that forever keeps me on my tippy toes.
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Corey is a spiritual powerhouse and Canadian producer, singer, and guitarist. He's given me the ultimate gift by teaching me music theory and helping me level up my grasp of the guitar. His music and friendship are deep and transformative.
Ron is the talented pianist playing on my song, Reflections. He performed with me in San Francisco's Botanical Gardens and is an important part of my bi-weekly Music Mastermind, keeping the crew motivated and striving to realize bigger and better outcomes all the time.
My dad's good friend and songwriting buddy (and the father of one of my treasured pals), Bob Peek has been invaluable in helping me find previously lost Doug Midgley musings and in gifting me opportunities to participate and immerse myself in live music.
Tony Lindsay gave me the honor of performing by his side at his sold out, self titled CD release party in The Little Fox Theatre and subsequently introduced me to Chris Jackson. He surprised me by adding lyrics and a powerful b-line melody to a song I have yet to release (CTOL).
Chris Jackson had me on the KFOX morning show with Greg Kihn and produced my first ever studio-recorded song, Love Is For Giving. It was this kind and thoughtful gesture that helped me find my personal power to keep my father's music alive by making my own.
Byron Binns and his team of professional musicians (Don Bott, Glenn Jordan, Martin Klein) aided me in recording my first Doug Midgley tribute songs: GR2BL, Bay Area Rainy Day, and more.