Allison Arms

Allison Arms Band of Oklahoma & Arkansas. Allison Arms Band currently plays the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Shawnee Indian Nation Casinos. Allison Arms band begun late 2016 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Allison Arms of Moore Oklahoma singer/songwriter ranging in female country, country-blues genres with a wide range of original material. Arms begun her songwriting careeer at the young age of 16 writing “Gettin’ Nowhere Fast” while performing in Branson Missouri cast in the Magnificent 7 Variety Show at the White House Theatre.
Arms’ current single of late 2017, “Raining In Oklahoma” has reached the award for highest played original female country song on local FM stations throughout the Ozark Mountains of Oklahoma and Missouri. Live performances can be seen in the Indian casinos of the Chickasaw, Cherokee and Choctaw nation tribes.
Arms has demoed over thirty of her own original works in Nashville, TN with several managers and producers including current producer Eddie Kilroy (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddie_Kilroy) XM Satalite Radio Willies’ Place. Allison continues to work with Kilroy preparing for the next album release in 2019.
Allison has personally worked along side with known artists, songwriters and acts such as Katrina Elam who starred in “Pure Country 2” film. Allison Opened for Katrina with single “No End In Sight”. Arms has also opened for Steve Holy having singled “Good Morning Beautiful” at the Coca Cola event center in Oklahoma City. Allison has co-wrote in Nashville alongside Mack Vickery writer of George Straights “The Fireman”. Allison had co-wrote and toured with Boomer Cattleman inventor of the Palm Pedal on the Guitar having singled “Judy Mae” in the 1970’s. Allison has worked in studio with Don Sessions writer of Marty Stewarts’ “Burn Me Down” as producer on numerous accounts. Allison took vocal lessons from Robin Brooks Sullivan Jody Millers daughter who singled “Queen of The Road”. Allison has performed with Jett Williams and Jeanie Pruitt at the Barbara Mandrell Theater in Tennessee on several occasions for NACMA.
Throughout the years, Arms has traveled to raise money for the Wounded Warriors foundation throughout New York City, Washington DC, Texas, Nashville, and Oklahoma. Allison remains most active in the Wounded Warriors Of Galveston Tx. Allison has a personal passion for raising money for breast cancer awareness through MZ&Emmers Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation. Arms and 7 other artists have raised over 13k for the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington DC for wounded warriors and also raising thousands (with the same group of artists) for three fire stations on ground zero in New York City after 9/11. Allison is an active member of the songwriters association of her hometown Norman, Ok (SWAN) and is a long-time member of the Oklahoma Heritage Foundation of Oklahoma (OHFO), the Oklahoma Country Music Association (OCMA) and the Oklahoma Music group (OMG). Arms opening perfomances also include that of John Conlee (“Rose Colored Glasses”) in the beginning of her career at the age of 14. Arms most recent opening performance with current band include Johnny Lee (“Lookin’ For Love) in 2017.

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