Allie Chip is a Poughkeepsie native singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY. Allie's premiere album, Honey & Knives (2014), served as a fiery launching point for her creative journey. In 2015, Allie was invited to sing the National Anthem for the Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners at Fenway Park. In 2016, Allie received Honorable Mention at the Telluride Bluegrass Troubadour's Contest, and in 2018, she was 1 of 3 scholarship recipients to The Planet Bluegrass Song School, sponsored by SoundBridge Music. Allie released her sophomore EP, Cascades, in 2018. In 2020, Allie moved back to NY, where she founded a company that writes and records custom wedding songs, Give Love Originals (GLO). In October 2022, Allie was a featured songwriter on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Allie currently resides in Brooklyn, where she's exploring stand-up comedy and working on singles for her 3rd studio album, set to release in 2024.
Listeners draw comparisons to Sara Bareilles, Joni Mitchell, and Fiona Apple. Allie's soaring vocals immediately catch your ear, but her gut-stirring lyrics keep you around to listen. Even in her deepest songs, Allie infuses light humor into her work. Expect to chuckle and feel deeply - all at once - during her live performance.
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“Allie's music is a full brain massage. Her rich voice and melodies will satisfy your right-brain while her quick-witted lyrics light up the left-brain's intellect.”
— Mitchel Evan