Allie Farris’s sound might be described as a fresh mix of Sheryl Crow and Brandi Carlile, with varied influences ranging from Carole King to Norah Jones.  Farris’s writing is deeply personal: at times her songs are hauntingly melodic; while others are fun and self-deprecating; still all are thought-provoking and exceptionally memorable.  Over her fifteen-year career, Allie Farris has played hundreds of shows to thousands of people, opening for established artists and headlining in a wide array of clubs, venues, and festivals spanning across the US and Canada.

Allie has had great experiences in a number of songwriting competitions:  She won the “Songwriter Serenade” songwriting and performance competition in LaGrange, Texas;  She took second place at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Competition; Allie won third place at Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter’s Showcase; she was an Emerging Artist at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival; Farris was a finalist in “NPR’s Mountain Stage NewSong Competition”, performing at New York City’s Lincoln Center.  Most recently, Farris’s co-written song with artist K.S. Rhoads, “Up To You To Move The World” was featured in the 2020 joint season premiere of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19.