Producing and writing her own music, AliT, singer from Vermont, has an acoustic sound that strums a 90's-era nostalgia.
Bio: Alison Turner, better known as AliT, is a singer-songwriter (guitar/voice) from the small town of Royalton, Vermont. Once described as “a less-neurotic Alanis Morissette”, the songstress records and performs a heartfelt and unique style of alternative/indie pop. Having started writing songs at the age of seven, and picking up the guitar when she was 11, Ali has developed into an introspective songwriter and performer.
AliT performs mainly in New England and New York City. This April she played a six-state New England Brewery Tour. When not gigging solo or performing with the Upper Valley R&B cover band,Soulfix, Ali is always working on a new project. Her most recent work is an EP entitled 'No Interruptions', showcasing the artist's grunge side with songs like "Nights Like These" and "Fine Wine".
Ali’s debut album, “Break” has received much praise. Tracks have been featured on Vermont’s Independent Radio Station, ‘The Point’, as well as on Royalton Community Radio. In 2015, her self-produced and directed music video for "Girl Meets World" was selected as a finalist in Wagner College's annual film festival. Turner graduated from Wagner College on Staten Island with a B.S. in Arts Administration and a double minor in Psychology and Film & Media Studies.
“When I was younger, I was a pretty quiet person. I felt like I had a lot to say, but no platform to say it. Then, when I put that guitar under my arm and I began to sing my songs, I was heard. Music has been my passion ever since.”