NO ONE SUCCEEDS ALONE
These individuals have supported my musical aspirations and made a lasting impression on me. I am grateful for their contributions and collaboration. Allow me to introduce you to this powerful human network and their individual skills.
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.
My mom is an unparalleled role model with a great sense of humor and an impeccable eye for beauty. She teaches me the importance of style, self-belief, thinking big, and dreaming even bigger. Her love and guidance are shaping me into a person I am excited to become.
Robert is not only my life partner, but also my work partner. He leads by example, demonstrating the perfect balance of discipline and play in his approach to life. If you're in the market for luxury real estate, Robert is the expert you need.
Droo is the multi-talented musician and electronic music producer who helped me bring the dream of Allison2020 to life. His creativity, talent, and keen ear make him the ultimate collaborator, keeping me on my toes and pushing me to new heights.
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Corey, is a Canadian producer, singer-songwriter, and spiritual powerhouse who has generously shared his expertise by teaching me music theory and improve my guitar playing.
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.
Bob Peek, a close friend of my dad and father of one of my cherished pals, has been an instrumental figure in my musical journey. His help in uncovering lost Doug Midgley writings has been invaluable, and he has gifted me with numerous opportunities to participate in and immerse myself in live music experiences.
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 played a pivotal role in my music career by inviting me to appear on the KFOX morning show and producing my first-ever studio-recorded song, "Love Is For Giving." This generous act helped me tap into my personal power to keep my father's music legacy alive by creating 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.