All of our readers here at Country’s Chatter know that we love listening to new talent. And, we really love listening to young talent! At just 15 years old, Allie Louise has already opened for country artists including Cole Swindell, Frankie Ballard and Austin Webb. She is a singer, songwriter and musician who has a very bright future ahead of her.
Allie is a native of the small town of Macomb, in west central Illinois, but her family relocated to Michigan when she was only 5 yars old. She is the youngest of six children, and her bio tells us that her ‘creativity, natural artistic and music abilities blossomed at an early age.”
Her new video is for her single, “It’s Getting Old”, which is her first radio release from her self-titled album. Allie wrote or co-wrote all 10 of the tracks on this album. Allie’s web site tells us that “It’s Getting Old” was written with Allie’s girlfriends in mind and reveals experiences and relationships with a “jerk” that becomes a habitual, unhealthy attraction. The track is packed with lyrics that females of all ages can relate to. A perfect “women-stand-your-ground” anthem, the message is intended to empower women to be confident, trust her intuition, and walk away from relationships untrue. [Source]
Here is her video. Hope you will all let us know what you think of “It’s Getting Old”.
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