Allie Dunn

Friday April 02, 2021 8:00 pm

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Allie Dunn
Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music
Friday, April 2, 2021 at 8:00 p.m.

New York City born and raised, Allie Dunn is currently making waves as a singer/songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. In June 2019, Allie packed her Biology degree and guitar and moved to Nashville. Dunn has been writing with fellow songwriters - strengthening her craft and finding her own sound.

Get to know Allie - you can listen to her music on YouTube! Then, enjoy an evening with this country/folk/pop multi-instrumentalist as she shares her vibrant and sweet-sounding vocal style.

In September 2019, Allie released her first single “Lines Of That Vinyl” - a key to unlocking the nostalgic and authentic sound she is trying to capture as an artist. This single has earned thousands of streams across all streaming platforms as well as radio traction in Canada. Throughout 2020, Allie has been writing for other artists as well as her own project, "Good As Gone" - the EP is set to be released in the fall of 2021. Dunn has collaborated with Oscar Charles and Ross Cooper to create a sound that is familiar and nostalgic while adding modern elements that are authentic to Allie. Throughout her music listeners will hear influences from The Eagles, The Lumineers, and Vance Joy. Aside from working on her own projects, Allie has loved writing for other artists in the country music and pop communities. Some of Allie’s cuts include “Lonely Does” by Erin Grand, “History” by Brittany Ray, “Stop Reading the News” by Adam Sickler, and “When We’re 40” by Drea Gordon.

Student pricing is $20 for a 2-person pod and $40 for a 4-person pod. Sign up for our eNews list with your Georgia Tech email address and indicate your student status to receive the code or call the Georgia Tech Arts Box Office at 404-894-9600 (Monday-Friday, 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) for assistance. You will need to show your BuzzCard to enter the venue.

Public pricing is $50 for a 2-person pod and $100 for a 4-person pod.

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