Jay Allen has signed an exclusive booking deal with APA.
Allen came to prominence in the music world after seeing his mother suffer from Alzheimer’s and writing the song “Blank Stares.” A video of him performing the song with his mother on stage in Iowa went viral, with over 500 million views on Facebook. He now tours the country as an advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, and the song has gone on to raise over $100 million dollars to help fight the disease.
Allen has been featured on NBC’s The Voice, ABC World News, PeopleTV, and in People and Forbes magazines, among others. He was selected as The Highway Find on Sirius XM with his song “Sounds Good To Me,” won the 2022 Country Now Awards as Favorite Competition Contestant, and was recognized as one of Music Mayhem Magazine’s 2023 Artists to Watch.
“APA is excited to have Jay join our family. He has an incredible story-telling talent that immediately brought all of us at APA into his world,” says veteran agent, Jeff Hill. “We look forward to putting him on the road to share his music and see him rise to new levels.”
Allen shares, “APA has a long-standing reputation as an agency that artists know and trust and I’m so proud to be affiliated with them. I’ve been touring for years and I’m looking forward to taking it to the next level with Jeff and this awesome team.”
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