"Personally, one thing that separates Allie from other artists out there, is her ability to connect with her audience, us included, with her way of telling a compelling story with her songs."
- Buzz Music LA
"Allie shows an expert amount of skill in not only singing, but also lyric writing, beyond her years."
- Chrys Rowe, Music Rowe Studios
Nashville based up and coming singer/songwriter Allie Roar made a notable transition with her most recent debut EP release “Used To Have It Bad”. While her new single contains the vivid imagery, and pop alternative vibe of her previous works, it is prevalent that this project displays a newfound maturity.
Growing up in Florida, Roar draws inspiration from memories of her childhood on the east coast, as well as her transition from adolescence to adulthood. She made the move to Nashville to attend Belmont University at 18. She is currently working hard and collaborating with other musicians to release new music.
Roar started writing songs when she was 11 years old. By high school she had her mind set on moving to the Music City where, after attending college, she will pursue a career as a songwriter and artist. She released her first two singles “Small Town Love”, and “Secrets” in 2019, which led her to gain notable attention, and a following at the start of her career. She was recognized as the 2020 2nd place recipient of the BMI foundation John Lennon scholarahip.
While notes of her influences like Fleetwood Mac, Julia Michaels, and Lennon Stella are present in Roar’s music, she has no doubt created an original style and image with her artistry. Her vulnerable and relatable lyrics combined with electronic production will no doubt make a statement in today’s modern pop world.