Can't Stop

Josh Allison

Recorded in November and December 2018 at Woodaworx Studios by Kelvin Wooten. Produced, Engineered and Mastered by Kelvin Wooten at Woodaworx. Special guest lead guitar by Norris Jones.

Written by Josh Allison & Judy Allison

“Can’t Stop” has a retro R&B feel with a familiar message of obsession after a brief encounter. The intro sets the tone as it transitions from an acoustic riff to a mood-setting electric guitar solo over an “in-the-pocket” rhythm section. Josh’s voice is soulful and authentic, making me believe he means every word. Judy enters with an intensity that says, “me too” and sets up a catchy chorus followed by a driving instrumental section filled of more strong base, tight percussion and that, oh-so-groovy organ. This song perfectly captures the obsession of two people that instantly connect in a way that sends them into a non-stop cycle of imagined possibilities. -TPalmer

Thanks to the now retired Bandito Southside in Huntsville, Alabama for the story’s location.

Website at JoshAllison dot rocks

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Moving On

Josh Allison

"The chorus that drops like a broken heart on a phone booth floor, brings home the passion of the title message." TPalmer

Saying goodbye is never an easy thing to do.

Written by Josh Allison & Judy Allison, Lance Wright, Terry Smith.

The BAND: Josh Allison, acoustic + Vocals; Judy Allison Vocals; Newt Johnson, Keys; Andrew Sharpe, Bass; Aaron Cox, Drums.

Produced, Engineered and Mastered by Kelvin Wooten at Woodaworx. Additional horns by Kelvin Wooten and special guest lead guitar by Norris Jones.

Website at JoshAllison dot rocks

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Slip Away

Judy Allison

Judy's first solo single

Voice, Lyrics and Melody by Judy Allison Piano by Andrew Sharpe Cello & Violin by Winslow Davis

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One More (Bluegrass Edition)

Josh Allison

"One More" is a rock ballad performed here in bluegrass style by some of the best bluegrass musicians in North Alabama. Phil Easterbrook, Joe Brown and Tony Robertson joined Josh & Judy Allison. Check out bluegrass bands Fireball Mail and Iron Horse!

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One More

Josh Allison

"One More" is a haunting declaration that it's over. Josh Allison carries the heavy-vocals needed in this haunting rock ballad with his wife, Judy, providing the backing harmonies.

"One More" the single - This song began as a plea for "one more chance", but in the finishing process, it evolved into a decision to end a relationship and walk away. Sometimes, it's better just to move on. This gripping rock ballad touches the intimate space of the heart in the art of letting go.

"Josh and Judy Allison's music runs the gambit from heartfelt and soulful effigy to pure joyful exuberance. A great emerging presence of songwriting in the Tennessee Valley." SPICE-RADIO.com

"Big-voiced, R&B tinged rock and balladry." AL.com (re:Josh Allison Band)

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Hold You

Josh Allison

This EP showcases Josh's powerful voice from passionate songs of deep love and loss, energetic groove to a power-packed Led Zeppelin acoustic cover.

"Josh and Judy Allison's music runs the gambit from heartfelt and soulful effigy to pure joyful exuberance. A great emerging presence of songwriting in the Tennessee Valley." SPICE-RADIO.com

"I've heard Josh sing covers for years, but with the opportunity to record his own songs, Josh sang with an intensity and fearlessness that only comes from a place of honesty from artists who have paid their dues." Jason Humphress of King's Haze

"These songs represent a wide range of style for us, we just felt the songs lead us and wrote from the heart. We even have a hard rock/metal song yet to be recorded. We love many styles of music, so, writing these sort of shows that we are not pinned down to a specific sound. As for the songwriting, "Somehow" was written in 2 hours one night. "Satisfy" took a few weeks to months, "Hold You" was an old Josh song that I helped him re-write as a fun project that turned into something better. "Pieces Together" has been requested at many of Josh's shows. He wrote it after his Mom passed 6 years ago. It's an amazing song of connection and loss and friends who have lost loved ones feel the pull on the heart strings. "Billie Jean" and "Ramble On', well, those are amazing songs we have fun singing. They are the top 2 most requested at every show so we wanted to give fans what they wanted." Judy Allison, vocals and air guitar plus management and booking.

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