About the Artist
Alison Violette is a Native Maine Singer/Songwriter who began writing songs at the age of 18. In 2001, she released her debut album, ''Melancholy Blue'' (available at Acoustic Coffee, Portland, Maine, and through contacting her) and has since graced venues from coast to coast with her soothing and, sometimes eerie, vocals and steady guitar playing.
Violette has appeared in clubs and coffeehouses throughout the Pacific Northwest, New York City, New England, and parts of the Southeastern U.S.
She has performed at the Sister's Folk Festival and the Daisy Chain Women's Music Festival in Oregon,
the 2003 Folk Alliance Conference in Nashville,
the 2004 International Open Mic Music Festival in Hanover, New Hampshire, New Years Portland (Maine), The Maine Festival, and the 2004 first annual Gypsy-Hobo Gathering in the Western Maine mountains.
She has also opened up for such national acts as The Peacemakers, The Rustic Overtones, Jack Straw, Justin Rosolino, and has performed with 2004 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Competition Winner, Tom Prasado-Rao.
Preferred Audiences: College, Adult
Disciplines: Music, Performing Arts
VioletteAlison60 Brackett Street No.1
Portland ME 04102