About

Allison Covington is a talented 15 year old singer song-writer from Albuquerque, NM. Her music is influenced heavily by indie pop/rock sounds and she plays electric/acoustic guitar, ukulele, and bass guitar. She is, also,  member of The Curious Few – a dynamic and powerful girl band formed through Rock 101 NM connections. Allison loves being on stage and performing live. She has performed at the Kimo Theatre, Trick Lock Lounge, The Outpost Performance Space, Civic Center Plaza, Humble Coffee, and other local Albuquerque festivals/venues.

If you like what you hear, Allison and The Curious Few is available for live performances. Contact me and let me know what you are looking for, I can provide a PA system if needed.


I’ve always loved music. I’ve been singing since I could talk and writing songs since I could read. Not that anything I wrote when I was 5 was good or anything.

I got my first guitar when I was 8 years old. I took lessons for about a year. I learned the basic chords and the rest was self taught. A few years latter I stumbled upon one of my biggest influences, Dodie Clark, who inspired me to take up ukulele. I learned how to play in the store using the chord chart on the side of the display. I just had to have one. So I got a ukulele for my birthday. That’s when another one of my big influences, Rock 101, a music camp for kids, gave me some instruction on piano and some on bass. A family friend gave me his old bass and I worked to improve my skill. I did not, however, buy a piano, but I continued to learn the basic chords on it. Meanwhile I joined my school orchestra and took 18 months of violin. A while later Rock 101 gave me a some drum instruction. A drum kit is next up on my wish list. During this time I got some speakers, a couple microphones, and a small mixer which I used to record my first album, Athazagoraphobia. Athazagoraphobia is the fear of being forgotten, and the album is a desperate cry to be remembered for being something great. Which pretty much sums me up. But anyways, that’s me.