Allman Brown

Allman Brown is a London, UK based singer-songwriter influenced by classic artists of the genre: Springsteen, Bon Iver, Paul Simon, Tracy Chapman and FeistA preternaturally gifted vocalist, Brown has released two studio albums – 1000 Years (2017) and Darling, It’ll Be Alright (2019) – and a number of EPs, which have accumulated 210 million streams and counting across both Spotify and Apple Music. Many of these songs have been used during dramatic moments of US TV shows such as The Good Doctor, Station 19, Criminal Minds and Suits, lending an emotional gravitas which has come to be associated with Brown’s music.His heart-on-sleeve compositions have taken him on headline tours of the UK, Ireland, continental Europe, Asia and North America, and in 2019, he was invited to open to Dido on her first run of live shows for 15 years – this culminated in two sold out nights at London’s RoundhouseThat same year “Dust & Heat” made the BBC Radio 2 playlist as well as the RTE Radio 1 playlist in Ireland, helping to cement Brown’s evergreen appeal.