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The best of SoundCloud: December playlist

12/1/2017

1. Hannah May Allison, “Till I Do”

Allison’s song addresses a common topic in country music: the long, difficult process of forgetting someone who once meant a lot to you. The line, “I don’t think about you, until I do” is simple, but poignant. It’s almost impossible to stop thinking about someone, and Allison captures that so well in this demo.

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Just One Last Time | “Back On You” by Hannah May Allison

Posted on October 13, 2017 by BRASH!

Country Singer/Songwriter, Hannah May Allison, Releases New Single”Back On You”

Hannah May Allison presents a pop/country powerhouse single, “Back On You”. This track explains backtracking to an old flame while trying to get them out of your head. Relating to this tune in the lyrical sense, the music production keeps the melodies flowing smoothly as Allison showcases her vocal talents in executing the song. “Back On You” is a great song to play as a “just because” song or to help anyone going through the same scenario.

“Back On You” represents her new catalog of songs she has been working on with other top-flight Nashville writers since her last release that showcase the songwriter’s unsentimental, but achingly truthful, take on the world around her. Hannah May will be releasing more of her new songs soon, and she invites everyone to follow her journey.

Allison also released the official lyrics video available now on YouTube!

“Back On You” by Hannah May Allison is Available Now on all digital music outlets!

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Gone from Gunn to get some twang in Nashville

By Paul Freeman June 17, 2014

A 2012 Gunn High School graduate, Allison is studying at Nashville’s Belmont University. For her, the move to Tennessee was both scary and exciting. “I was applying to colleges. I was a singer-songwriter in high school. When I looked up Belmont, they had this unique songwriting major, in a music business program. And I thought that was very interesting. I had thought that only the Berklee School of Music had that kind of major, and I didn’t really want to go to Boston, because I don’t like cold weather,” Allison says with a little laugh.

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By Amulya Datla – San Jose Metro December 13, 2013

Nashville singer-songwriter Hannah May Allison brings some beautiful country songs right from the genre’s capital to the Bay Area. Her tunes are simple in production, and done with a Southern flair reminiscent of Alison Krauss. Like many country singers before her, Allison sings about finding love, experiencing loss and finding her place in the world. Her newest song, Stay is a gorgeous, bare-bones, melancholy acoustic song about honoring the few people that stick around in a person’s life, when so many leave when the going gets tough.