‘Music is my life’: Ali T hits her stride on new album
times argus / rutland herald
"Produced entirely by Turner at her home studio — where she also played every instrument in addition to mixing and mastering the album and doing the artwork and graphics — “Pancakes” is an impressive recording that finds Ali T hitting her stride with her most self-assured set to date."
Soundbites: On Her New LP, AliT Does It All on Her Own
Chris Farnsworth, Seven Days
"I've wanted to do this for a while," Turner revealed in a phone call. "Take Dua Lipa, for example. She's huge! But what if we listened to her stuff and knew she did everything by herself on her record, from the production to the writing? Wouldn't that be incredible?"
Pandemic Pick: What Presenter Gets a Standing-Up-From-the-Couch Ovation for Its Livestream Performing Arts Events?
SEVEN DAYS STAFF, SEVEN DAYS
The singer-songwriter also known as Alison Turner swapped her touring schedule for an ongoing livestream show called AliTV
"Tone Talk" With
Guitar Girl Magazine
Guitar Girl Magazine
How do you keep your sound consistent on stage?
By looking at the audience’s faces. Expressions will tell me if something is inconsistent.
"We're Struggling": Vermonters Help Raise Funds For Out-Of-Work Musicians
Burlington Free Press
Vermont artists are taking part in an effort to raise $200,000 to help out-of-work New England musicians during the holidays.
The New England Musicians Relief Fund aims to distribute the money for musicians dealing with the financial strain that the COVID-19 pandemic has put on the entertainment industry.
Ali T, 'Pancakes at Midnight' Review
Jordan adams, SeveN Days
"A late-night plateful of syrupy, buttered pancakes sounds like a fantastic idea. If only there were a place to get that in Vermont other than Denny's. America's Diner is only fun when you're 16 and just finished strike on the fall production of Bye Bye Birdie."
Recording on her own terms in Royalton
Alex Hanson, Valley News
"Making music on her own has been a part of Alison Turner's life since middle school. For a shy, self-described "reticent" child, music was an outlet."
These six Vermont musicians were buzzworthy before the pandemic. What are they up to now?
Burlington free press
.A chance to find out what some of our favorite musicians, including some of our newest favorite musicians, are up to these days.
Seven Days Reviews "The Makeover"
Kristen Ravin, Seven Days
Royalton singer-songwriter Alison "AliT" Turner is used to playing 150 shows a year. When live gigs came to a screeching halt in 2020, Turner turned her attention to songs from her catalog that she thought hadn't been properly introduced to her listeners.