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Hey You!

by Alyson

The 2nd album from Alyson, the proclaimed Indie Princess of Pop. Features the #1 national pop radio hits "Hey You", "Sticky Sticky" and "Adios Barcelona", the Billboard Top 5 hit "Here With Me", and the new single "Shoobadoo".
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1. Hey You
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2. Some Love
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3. Sticky Sticky
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4. Adios Barcelona
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5. Silly Got Me Going
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6. Slip Away
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7. Shoobadoo
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8. All Night
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9. Here With Me
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10. Forever (feat. Zeb)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Alyson is a natural if ever there was one. The proclaimed “Indie Princess of Pop”, this California girl stands alone in today's pop music world – she’s the only truly indie pop artist to score 9 consecutive Top 10 hit singles in Billboard Magazine, on pop radio and international airplay charts!

“I was always singing and dancing around the house when I was little,”says Alyson. “I’m a child of the '80s, so my earliest and biggest inspiration has always been Madonna.”

Alyson's newly-released 2nd album "Hey You!" is hitting radio big time! The album features 5 hit singles including "Shoobadoo" now playing on Top 40 & AC radio across the U.S.

"Shoobadoo" is the # 3 Most Added song on AC radio in FMQB for the past 2 weeks (Sept. 9, 2009), and the # 1 Most Added song on both Top 40 and AC radio for the past 2 weeks in New Music Weekly Magazine (Sept. 11, 2009).

"Shoobadoo" is featured in several episodes of the new FOX show "Tease", along with Alyson's song "Hey You".

Alyson's album "Hey You" also features the hit singles "Sticky Sticky", "Adios Barcelona", "Here With Me" and the title track "Hey You". "Sticky Sticky" is now playing on Top 40 & AC radio across the U.S. and reigned # 1 on the Hot 100 Radio Chart for 4 weeks in New Music Weekly Magazine (August 7, 2009).

"Adios Barcelona" also hit #1 this year on the national Hot 100 Radio Chart in New Music Weekly Magazine and was "Track of the Day" on Radio 1 in Greece.

"Here With Me" won First Place in Billboard Magazine's 15th Annual Billboard Song Contest (2008), and hit #4 on the Billboard Dance Chart in Billboard Magazine -- making it Alyson's 6th consecutive TOP 10 Billboard Hit!

The title track "Hey You" also recently hit #1 on the Hot 100 Radio Chart in Roots Music Report tracking airplay on 400 stations -- and "Hey You" hit the TOP 10 on the national radio charts in New Music Weekly Magazine.

Thanks to the radio and chart success of her new album “Hey You!”, Alyson recently won the award for “Top 40 Breakthrough Artist” at the New Music Awards in Hollywood in November 2008.

Alyson’s music has appeared in major feature films and television shows -- her songs “Shoobadoo” and “Hey You” are currently featured in the new FOX show “Tease”, and her song “Nothin More To Say” is currently featured in the motion picture “National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze 2” now playing on SHOWTIME and TMC and out on DVD.

Alyson’s performed with music industry giants and shared the stage with Lady Gaga, Joss Stone, Deborah Harry, Olivia Newton-John, Frenchie Davis and many more. She’s also an official performer for Armed Forces Entertainment, the U.S. Department of Defense’s agency for entertaining the U.S. military worldwide, and most recently performed at Thule Air Force Base in Greenland.

Here are some published reviews of Alyson's music:

"One artist that fits the bill for being a big success has been recording artist Alyson. Her single "Sticky Sticky" (PM) has reached # 1 on the AC40 Indie Chart, our Top 100 and the AC40 Mainstream Chart over the past few weeks. She continues to top many of the playlists of our reporting stations and her career is most certainly "on the rise". You'll be seeing and hearing alot more about Alyson in the weeks and months to come."
AC Editor, New Music Weekly Magazine
August 21, 2009

"Congratulations goes out to Alyson who hit #1 on many of our charts for her "Sticky Sticky" (PM) single. She has a brand new one set to hit radio and by the time you read our next issue, do not be surprised if you see it as a "most added" record."
Top 40 Editor, New Music Weekly Magazine
August 21, 2009

"Recording artist Alyson continues to amaze everybody out there with her latest. The calls and the buzz for her "Sticky Sticky" (PM) makes her the darling of the Summer."
Editor, New Music Weekly Magazine
June 17, 2009

"Alyson is another female artist to add to the hot stack. Her new "Sticky Sticky" (PM) is so fine and is closing in on the # 1 spot at the format."
Top 40 Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
June 5, 2009

"Kelly Clarkson is as big as a gal can be these days and we mean "big". "I Do Not Hook Up" (RCA/RLG) is her latest offering where she explains that it's better just to sit at home and eat ice cream. Recording artist ALYSON is taking a different approach. This lean and mean fighting machine has been blowing away the competition with her powerful and dangerous "Sticky Sticky" (PM). Need we say more?"
AC/Hot AC Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
June 5, 2009

"Alyson is back with a huge hit single at the format. “Adios Barcelona” (PM) is an amazing track and one that you just can’t get out of your head. Make sure to jump on this one right away before you are the last programmer standing."
Top 40 Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
August 22, 2008

"No one displays more energy this week than recording artist Alyson. Her "Adios Barcelona" (PM) picks up a number of early believers. It's the follow up to her "Hey You" hit single and many programmers are scrambling to get this on the air."
AC Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
August 22, 2008

"Hey You" (PM) from Alyson had made her a star, but her new "Adios Barcelona" single coming to radio next week is set to make her a "superstar".
New Music Weekly Magazine
August 15, 2008

"Alyson is “on fire” again as her “Hey You” (PM) continues to be the talk of the town. It’s already #1 at KVTI (Tacoma, WA) and that is the sign of a major hit single."
Larry Weir, Editor
New Music Weekly
May 16, 2008

"Here's another HOTT hit from an old friend to Starfleet Music Pool, Alyson, "Here With Me" (Remixes) on PM Media Music. We've been working Alyson's music for many years & she just keeps getting better. This latest hit, "Here With Me", from her new album, "Hey You" is sure to take her to the next level, especially with the killer remixes from some of the top remix/producers around the world like, Hex Hector, Friscia, Lamboy, DJ JST & Jason Randolph. Every mix has great energy, hot production & the ability to pack your dancefloors anytime of the night & in a wide variety of clubs & parties. Radio should be all over this too. Oh, let's not forget the fact that she's hot in her black dress on the CD cover. Just more heat for your parties. You should be spinning this project well into the Fall of '08."
Ronnie Matthews, Director, Starfleet Music Pool
June 24, 2008

"Recording artist Alyson has a solid hit in "Hey You" (PM). She is a featured guest on our Anniversary Radio Special where she will fill us in on what else is going on. We just saw the video for "Hey You" and it is nothing short of amazing."
Independent Music Network NewsLetter
May 2008

"If you're looking for a strong independent artist, look no further than Alyson. Her "Hey You" (PM) single is one of the best on the radio today. Give her a spin and watch the phones light up now, and well into the summer months."
Paul Loggins, Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
(April 4, 2008)

"With a personality as effervescent as her beat-laden, dance-inflected music, it’s hard to resist Alyson. Combining business savvy, determination and girl-next-door charm, the talented singer/songwriter formed her own record label, scored five Top 10 dance tracks from her debut album and became a staple on LOGO’s “Click List” countdown."
Paul Pratt, Writer
San Francisco Bay Times
(March 13, 2008)

"From saccharine sweet hooks to synth-heavy dance, Alyson does it all. Like the West Hollywood-based singer/songwriter's debut, which yielded an amazing five consecutive Top 10 dance hits, sophomore set "Hey You" packs something for everyone."
Gay.com
(March 18, 2008)

"The winners have been announced for the 15th Annual Billboard World Song Contest. These winners were selected from an overwhelming amount of submissions. “Our numbers just keep growing,” stated Mark Furnas, contest director. “Every year, I think the songwriting ability has improved. This year, we had a better quality of songs than ever before,” says contest president, Impresario Jim Halsey. Winners were judged on structure, originality, lyrics, composition, melody and commercial appeal. We were thrilled to see that recording artist Alyson made the list for “Here With Me” at # 1 for Dance. Her new single “Hey You” (PM) is hitting radio this week and what an amazing record this is. Next time you see and read the pages of New Music Weekly you will no doubt see Alyson’s “Hey You” on the “most added” chart."
Paul Loggins, Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
(March 7, 2008)

"The talented Alyson and her friend Zeb are taking the single "Forever" (PM Media) to new and impressive territory. Alyson is the "real deal", and with beauty (and brains) she is on her way to doing some amazing things in her recording career. I may just be her # 1 fan!"
Larry Weir, Editor
New Music Weekly Magazine
(August 24, 2007)

“Alyson’s talent has carried her a long way as an independent artist. World domination seems likely.”
A&R Select
(July 2007)

"Independent recording artist Alyson is flying high without a label. This "Indie Princess of Pop" is making a career on hits!"
CashBox Magazine
(June 29, 2007)

"Alyson has everything it takes to be the next princess of pop. She has a one of a kind, unforgettable look, the savvy about her to know where she wants to be and how to get there and the sultry, come hither voice that will have listeners calling radio stations begging for more. Alyson is going to be one of the next big names in the business."
Pointed Magazine
(March 12, 2007)

"Alyson is the "New Queen of Pop".
Outlook Magazine
April 4, 2007

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look (Remixes)”
“Take a good look” (Album Version) a great song, fantastic lyrics and a nice slow and relaxing beat. It’s a great song. The Acoustic Version is beautiful listening too. As for the remixes, what can I say; they’re ten times better. They add a little umph to the original as most remixes usually do to songs…usually. The Hex Hector Club Mix is just great. All the ingredients of a great remix; steady pulse, good base line and have coarse an increase in tempo. I particularly like what the drum machines doing in this track. My favourite remix would have to be the Alex Santer Messin Mix. It’s just ten times better than all the other versions…top class mixing."
MusicShopper.info (UK)
(April 16, 2006)

ALYSON, "Take A Good Look (Remixes)" (4 out of 5 stars)
"Alyson has been tearing up the dance floor lately and has some great dance music out there. This single is another floor mover to add to your collection. Remixers on this one are Hex Hector and Jason Randolph. Hex continues to work his magic on the club mix as well as the radio edit. Randolph's mix is a little simpler but yet very effective; the synth line reminds me of Kristine W's "Feel What You Want." In addition to the remixes, there is also the original album version which is more R&B sounding. I love hearing the original versions and then hearing what the remixers have done to make it into a dance track- I find it amazing!"
DanceMusic.About.com
(June 2006)

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look”
"Alyson’s voice is provocative and the music driving. No surprise she was nominated as “Best New Dance Artist” at the 2005 International Dance Music Awards....A great disc for you to get your groove on."
NoHo LA Magazine
(March 28 - April 10, 2006)

ALYSON, “Nothin More To Say”
“Alyson’s voice is beautiful, breathtaking and just that little bit intoxicating. She is a commanding performer and really doesn’t need the constant dance rift which runs riot through the remixes of ‘Nothing More to Say’. Her lyrics are filled with a disturbing passion which is nevertheless erotic and you instantly get the impression that this is a track which has been causing the interiors of many a club to vibrate with a new passion. Calling Alyson a “ Dance Floor Diva” might seem a touch stereotypical but one has to admit that this woman is queen of the dance floor and very close to creating a dance floor classic with the thumping beat of ‘Nothin More to Say’."
MusicShopper.info
(July 27, 2005)

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look”
“ ....one of the most inspirational music heroines of our times.....From daytime label executive to overnight pop phenomenon, Alyson's climb to the top of the charts is nothing less than one of the most inspiring success stories and proof that motivation and dedication do pay off.
LatinoLA.com
(October 5, 2005)

ALYSON, “Nothin More To Say”
“This song is more than just Alyson's voice, artistry and talent. Can somebody else sing a love song like Alyson? It seems Alyson envelopes the music with the glorious voice of Alyson and then makes the words of real meaning that can only be done in Alyson's way. This song is beyond expectation of Alyson's fans. It is not a surprise that listening to this recording makes you cry and addictive, or even crazy on it."
Soft-music.com
(October 2005)

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look" (5 out of 5 stars)
“Her album, Take a Good Look (PM Media), smokes from its first scintillating rhythms on the first cut, "Feel You," a great intro for both the first track and the album as a whole...The musical magic of her first five tracks drops you into the middle of a non-stop, all-hours dance frenzy..."Didn't Ya Think," track eleven, is a pulsating potpourri of rhythms and her honey-dipped vocalizations."
About.com
(August 2005)

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look”
“Take A Good Look is an exceptional album and a harbinger of the greatness to come."
MusicShopper.info
(July 27, 2005)

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look”
“She channels dance-floor divas of the past with subtle but effective nods to everyone from Cathy Dennis and Taylor Dayne to Billie Ray Martin, Exposé, and Janet Jackson...Some album highlights are “Like That”—a song Jennifer Lopez could only aspire to record—and “Didn’t Ya Think”—a relentless throbbing update of “Keep Me Hangin’ On.” Alyson also gets my vote for her vocal restraint. She’s got a powerful and subtle instrument but she employs none of the over-the-top histrionics to which others with her abilities fall victim.”
Frontiers Magazine
(July 5, 2005 – Los Angeles, CA)

ALYSON, “Take A Good Look”
” The 15 tracks on Take a Good Look showcase a wide array of styles. The singer sounds equally comfortable performing breezy pop numbers like the Islands-flavored “Forever” and R&B-tinged “Baby Come Back.”…Unquestionably, Alyson is most at home on the dancefloor. Awaiting immediate DJ attention is the Randolph Club Mix of the CD’s title track. Sizzling “Didn’t Ya Think,” another uptempo confection, bears an uncanny likeness to Kim Wilde’s mid-80s chartopper “You Keep Me Hangin’ On.” The singer is rightfully proud of the album, not only for its success to date but because of its commercial availability in general.”
GayWired.com
(June 30, 2005)

ALYSON, "Take A Good Look"
"An early listen to her debut CD "Take A Good Look" reveals more than mere dance music. It's an upbeat and sometimes moody mixture of pop, dance and R&B. Comparisons to Kylie Minogue seem obligatory, but on one track, "Nothin More To Say", Alyson's longing vocals slide much closer to Joss Stone."
David Atlanta Magazine
(March 23, 2005 - Atlanta, GA)

ALYSON, "Nothin More To Say"
"Nothin More To Say" - Alyson’s third single and it should do just as well as the first two. Both Hex and Norty remixes are hot – especially check out Norty’s Dub! Eric Kupper dishes up a delicious disco remix that I think suits Alyson’s vocals best."
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