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Emilee Allan / Press

“Scarlettta Named As One Of Nashville's Top Trios in Lifestyles Magazine It won’t be long before country-rock fans begin catching “Scarletta Fever” — the band just started a new journey with lead singer Emilee Allan. Composed of the trio fiddle player Nathan Stoops, guitarist Benji Harris, vocalist Allan they're currently working on a new record.”

“Found this interview online it was my second day with Scarletta, Just thought I would share”

“Scar­letta, a Nashville country/rock trio, rocked the Yel­low Jacket Union on Fri­day Sep­tem­ber 20th with a 60 minute set. The band is off to a great year with over 150 shows and has been a part of the NACA (National Asso­ci­a­tion for Cam­pus Activ­i­ties) cir­cuit to over 100 uni­ver­si­ties from coast to coast. They con­tinue to strengthen their tour­ing pres­ence at clubs and the­atres through­out the coun­try and I’m happy they made UWS one of their stops. They are def­i­nitely a band to go see if you like great coun­try music with an elec­tric stage presence.”

“Her voice is both beautiful, powerful, and a great range. With a recent move to Nashville from her Michigan home, Emilee Allan is off to a great start in her career in the music scene. Her style is more country pop rock than anything else, but it has a soft tenderness to it that makes me quiver. Emilee has a range of sounds within her songs that displays her talents. The production quality of her music is excellent, as well. What’s so lovely about her music is that it has a strong”

“Edwardsburg teen releases CD ELKHART -- Emilee Allan performs at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Lerner Theatre, 410 S. Main St. A graduate of Edwardsburg High School, Allan opened for George Jones at the Lerner in the fall of 2011 and will use the concert as the release of her new, self-titled CD of original songs.”

“Emilee has been singing locally for the last two years accompanied on guitar by Nathan Miles, from Fireside in Edwardsburg and Riverfront Cafe and the amphitheater in Niles to Pitt Stop and Villa Macri in Granger, Ind., and Harrison Landing and Dad’s Place in Elkhart, Ind. She sang the national anthem twice this past summer at South Bend Silver Hawks baseball games.Emilee, Is the daughter of David and Cathy Woodill. Her stage name combines her parents’ middle names. We caught up with Emilee Monday afternoon. On Tuesday, she was meeting with a producer to see about touring with or opening for other artists.”

“She recorded at the Sound Kitchen in Nashville with producer Kent Wells. A lifelong Edwardsburg resident who always lived in the same house, Emilee’s glad to have her sister for moral support when she gets “a little homesick.” She performed at 12 and Porter in Tennessee recently to showcase her recording. In 2008, while performing with the Young Americans as a freshman in Niles, she was selected to present one of her original songs, “Today is the Day,” which clinched for her what she wanted to do after graduation. Emilee is the daughter of David and Cathy Woodill. Her stage name combines her parents’ middle names. We caught up with Emilee Monday afternoon. On Tuesday, she was meeting with a producer to see about touring with or opening for other artists.”

“ELKHART — Emilee Allan will release her first CD at a concert Jan. 28 at the Lerner Theatre, 410 S. Main St. Emily Woodill, a graduate of Edwardsburg (Mich.) High School, has gone by the stage name Emilee Allan during her two years of performing with Nathan Miles on guitar. She opened for George Jones at the Lerner in October, and was asked to return to showcase her debut CD, which will be released at the concert along with a signing after the show. She co-wrote eight songs on the CD. Tickets for the concert are $15 and are available by calling 293-4469 or visiting www.thelerner.com/now-playing.html. Concertgoers can get a $2.50 discount by using the promotional code BPF12812 when purchasing tickets. Local band South of Somewhere will open for the concert, which begins at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. The CD is available at cdbaby.com and for listening at emileeallan.com.”

“Homegrown artist Emilee Allan is working her way up the ladder of success toward becoming one of America’s beloved country singers. Raised and educated in Edwardsburg, Michigan, Emilee is a graduate. She has been performing locally for two years at local venues. She also opened for George Jones at the Lerner Theater in October, 2011. Emilee moved to Nashville in November, 2011 to pursue her dream of becoming a singer/songwriter. She has since played at the well-known place of 12 & Porter. Her CD is now available on CDbaby and Itunes and also for listening on her website: www.emileeallan.com. It was recorded at the world famous Sound Kitchen in Nashville with producer Kent Wells. Emilee will be hosted at the Lerner Theater in Elkhart on January 28, 2012 where she will return to showcase her new CD that will be available at the concert, followed by a CD signing. Emilee has co-written eight of the songs that are featured on her CD. ”

Christine Parkhurst - Evoice and Granger Gazzett

“If you have not yet heard singer/songwriter, Emilee Allan, then you have not been paying attention! From Edwardsburg, Michigan, she opened for the George Jones concert at The Lerner Theatre in the fall of 2011 and has performed in live music venues throughout the Michiana area. Allan's music is, as she describes it, a mixture of blues and country influenced by country heavyweights like Carrie Underwood. She’s also discovering the soft, bluesy sounds of artists like Norah Jones and that style is moving into her music. This concert debuts her new CD. The opening band is “South of Somewhere””

“She's been singing her whole life, and now she's ready to take it to a whole new level. Emilee Allan is Edwardsburg's local singing celebrity. Emilee packed up on Friday for her move to Nashville, where she hopes to start her music career. Before she goes, she'll open for country music legend George Jones at the Lerner Theatre on October 28. "I'm so excited about it. It should be... It's going to be a big moment in my life just because, I've opened up for a couple of people, but nobody as big as George Jones." Emilee just finished recording her first album, self-titled "Emilee Allan." She expects the album to be out in December.”

“Edwardsburg grad opens for George Jones. Emilee Allan, an 18-year-old singer/songwriter who graduated from Edwardsburg High School in May, will open for country music legend George Jones before she moves to Nashville to follow her dream of being discovered. Emilee, who opens for Jones at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Lerner Theater in Elkhart,”

“The Emilee Allan Duet will perform at 8:30 p.m. Emilee Allan is musician from Edwardsburg who is gaining regional recognition as an up-and-coming performer. Her music style has been described as light pop/alternative country. She recently performed during the summer concert series at Riverfront Park to much success.”

“Allan’s music is, as she describes it, a mixture of blues and country. Influenced by country heavyweights like Carrie Underwood first and foremost, she’s now discovering the soft, bluesy sounds of artists like Norah Jones and that style is moving into her music.”

“Did an interview to Support Green Weekend in Southbend, IN”