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Allison Krauss and Union Station



Recording Artist




Blue Grass

Electronic Media Kit

Audio Demo
Video Demo
Song List
Allison Krauss and Union Station


Born in Champaign, Illinois, Alison Krauss grew up listening to everything from folk to opera to pop and rock music, but quickly fell in love with bluegrass ­when she began playing fiddle at the age of five. At the age of 14, Rounder Records signed her to her first record deal and she went on to release her debut solo album two years later. Alison Krauss had signed to Rounder Records, and at age 16 released her 1987 debut album Too Late to Cry. Soon after she joined Union Station, with Jeff White, John Pennell, and Mike Harman as her backing band. Their debut album in 1989 was Two Highways. The album included the traditional tunes "Wild Bill Jones" and "Beaumont Rag", along with a bluegrass interpretation of The Allman Brothers' "Midnight Rider".


Menu Class

Headliner, Entertainer

Production Resources

Tech Rider
Stage Plot
Hosp Rider

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