Allie Sealey


Allie Sealey is a Nashville Singer/Songwriter who used to perform songs for her grandfather while being his primary caregiver. She began having migraines in high school and they turned into Chronic Migraine Disease in college where she struggled to maintain school, jobs and relationships. Allie has been writing songs and singing since she can remember. When faced with the reality of life and all of its obstacles she realized she should pursue her dreams despite her condition. It has been her mission ever since to share her experiences of triumph, perseverance, and truth through her music.  "Hospice care was a heart wrenching experience and on my grandfather’s final night he was restless. I asked him if he would like me to play a few songs and he said yes, sat up and turned off the TV. I played him, "Stars" by Grace Potter, "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion, and "Fly Me to the Moon" by Frank Sinatra. I remember thinking, who will I play for now?" Allie’s goal is to have her music reach audiences worldwide and make a difference for others on a global scale.