“In the client’s words, ”SHE NAILED IT!!”
- Digisoft Technologies
Meet the Lady behind the Mic…
Allyson Briggs can usually be found behind a microphone. Whether providing voiceover recordings for clients, or on stage singing, she is an artist of unmatched vocal range and adaptability. She is the songbird and bandleader of Fleur Seule, a 1940s Jazz and Swing band dedicated to the music of the big band days. Allyson grew up singing and loving this music, performing it from a very young age, and as she acquired more lingual prowess at NYU, expanded her scope of repertoire to include music in 7 languages, with plans for more. On a mission to revive the greatest music ever written, now for her generation, she strives to share her love and passion for the joy and the glamour of it all. She believes in the power of simplicity, the playfulness of music, and the Great American Songbook. She is an old soul who refined her craft in New York City and has been making great strides in bringing the best of music back for some, and anew to the younger set. She is honored to have shared a stage with the incomparable Michael Feinstein.
“The fabulous young and beautiful heir apparent to the future fortunes of American Swing Music, Allyson Briggs.”
– Charles Michel
“Guest Allyson Briggs (right) looks and sounds like the 1940s, often organically singing double octave notes. The statuesque vocalist offers a bright, clear, straight from the hip “How About You?” (Burton Lane/Ralph Freed from Babes on Broadway), stringing lyrics together, eschewing line breaks. A classic arrangement of Cole Porter’s “From This Moment On” shows Briggs’s full, polished, confident range.”