Allie Anderson | Miss America

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Miss America

by Allie Anderson

Fresh, pop-style music with inspirations from Michael Jackson, Roxette, and other timeless influences.
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This music is inspired by and through family, everyday life, and from the point of view of an average woman. I try to speak to others like myself, who live in the regular, blue-collar world with all of the joys and struggles that accompany that life. I do not live in a fancy house, drive a fancy car, or hold any other icons of fame or status.
I am a mom, a wife, a sister, a daughter, an aunt, a niece, a full-time employee, a volunteer kids' coach when needed, a taxi of teenagers, a gardener, a cook, a housekeeper, a construction worker in my own home, a "first-name basis" customer of local second hand stores, a finder of bargains, and many other things too numerous to list.
I am an artist, a painter, maker of natural bath & body products, crafter of jewelry, seamstress, designer, author, and lyricist.
I hope that my "real world" approach to music appeals to you, and relates to where you are in your life.


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