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About Allysen Callery

About Allysen Callery

Hi There!

Oh, I have such good news to share !

First off , my VINYL for The Song the Songbird Sings is being shipped to me at last from Germany, I have it up on my bandcamp as a presale & my copies will be mailed out by Nov 27th.
Order here :

If you are outside of the USA & would like to save on postage, please order from Jellyfant- they will be up & running in January 2018!

Also, this week I am attending my first NERFA (New England Regional Folk Alliance). If you or someone you know is also going, let’s meet up!

I also have some other very cool shows this month, in Western MA & South County, as well as the conference in CT I will be at Willimantic Record Shop with some very cool guys- here’s the whole schedule!

Nov 8 Willimantic Records -Willimantic, CT

Nov 9-11 NERFA New England Folk Regional Alliance -Stamford CT

Nov 16 Knickerbocker Tap Room- Westerly, RI

Nov 18 Private House Concert in Western Mass- possibly Narnia

Nov 19 Mystery Train Records- Amherst, MA

Nov 21 Northeastern University – Boston, MA

For addresses and more info, check my Songkick or Reverbnation sites!

Happy November, & lots of love!

PS: If You would like a house concert in your home, it’s so easy! Just set up some chairs in a room, invite your friends & make it a pot luck or order some pizza- !
I have the sound system & I’d love to play for you.

PPS: Have you heard my new EP Prince’s Pine?

“Situated midway between Shirley Collins and Sibylle Baier , Providence Rhode Island’s Allysen Callery is the most bewitching and beguiling modern folk singer/guitarist you’ve likely yet to hear . Her excellent new mini CD what “recorded in a greenhouse by the edge of the woods with natural birdsong, frog and cricket jams” (it’s true ) you can hear every slide up the strings and every knock on the body of her acoustic guitar in full , ringing finger style sound . No bluffing, no-frills, and a voice shaped by the Creator for singing.”- Dynamite Hemorrhage (2017)

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