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Multi-lingual vocalist Allison Adams Tucker has a passion for world cultures and the communication of music that binds us all. She began singing before she could speak, raised in the home of classically trained musician parents in the Southern California city of San Diego, and has performed in front of audiences since her childhood.

Her love for studying languages also began at a young age, and she has gone on to travel, study, and sing in 6 languages besides her own (and the language of music, of course). Her travels have taken her to over 12 countries, with a large piece of her heart and her life spent in Japan and Latin America.

This "wanderlust" is distinctive in the music she chooses today. Give a listen and come with her on a journey that evokes images of sounds, generations, and lands both distant and in our backyard.
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At 10:04am on March 9, 2009, Trond Grainge Schjerven said…
Hi Allison! Have you tried to link up with me? The access to The Jazz Network has been down for a while here in China :-(
A got a mail from Allison and hope that's you. Anyway nice to make your acquaintance and I am pleased to be your friend. You have a very interesting repertory - well done!!
Trond
At 12:58am on September 23, 2008, Tom Reyes said…
Hi, Allison

You are very talented. I am most pleased to be your friend.

Tom
At 2:37am on March 24, 2008, Eric Daniel said…
Yeah Allison!

Beautiful tracks...

All the best,

E. (rome/boston)
At 8:13am on March 8, 2008, Mario Rosini said…
Hi Allison, nice to meet you nice voice & music.
Mario
Italy
At 11:58pm on March 2, 2008, Sir Cole said…
Hello Allison,
Love the sound of your voice, very rich and full of passion. Keep up the good work.
At 9:21am on March 2, 2008, gary raynor said…
Allison- Whenever it gets below zero here I dream of
San Diego- Mark O'connor lives there- he's the amazing fiddler/violinist from Nashville who has been featured on the Appalachian Waltz albums with yo-yo-ma and edgar meyer, and has a pretty awesome hot club trio- you two
should meet- something outside the box might develop--Anyway, thanks for the comments about the Harp/bass duo- I really think the two voices are quite complementary, and we're trying to see what repertoire works- Sunita Staneslow, originally from St. Paul, lives in Israel and comes to the states a few times a year to do harp workshops- she is using an Irish folk harp in the recording- very glass-like sound- she performs mostly celtic and jewish music, but I'm trying to jam some gershwin and ellington in there- Flatbush Waltz is by Andy Statman- a great klezmer musician (clarinet?)She also does a lot of Sephardic music- truly beautiful melding of jewish, moorish, spanish, balkan- sung in Ladino- We're playing At the Greek Theater in L.A. June 6- you might wish to take I trip up - I can often get house seats- costs $ but good seats- anyway- stay in touch- gary
At 3:07pm on February 29, 2008, estaire godinez said…
Hey yes we do have the same passions jejejeje thats great!! put some flavor into this world!!!...jejejej.... i will let you know if I come your way okay!!
kisses thanks for comin to my casa rumba!!
At 2:50pm on February 28, 2008, gary raynor said…
what a pure voice- liked the bowed bass, too, and if you sing in portugese to me, I melt- I'll have to hear more- gary
At 1:30am on February 20, 2008, henri dikongue said…
Hey... Thx for the add

oh yes! Rosa I love It

Africa Blessings

HD
At 9:04am on February 19, 2008, basskie said…
Hello Allison,
I came around the Network and listened to you. Wow, beautiful voice! I really enjoyed your tunes.
Peace,
basskie
 
 
 

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