Australian vocalist and composer, Alyson Murray, is known for juxtaposing elements of soul, RnB and jazz into energetic and captivating music. Alyson has built her career on the foundations of a strong musical education.
At the young age of 16, Alyson received an Outstanding Potential Award from the Australian Girls Choir (AGC), where she was also selected to preform in The Boy From Oz, Hugh Jackman production in Melbourne, and many other public performances including several Australian Football league Grand Final pre entertainment performances and the ‘I Still Call Australia Home’ Qantas advertisement.
Alyson went on to complete her Bachelor of Fine Art Contemporary Music in 2015 at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), where she was awarded the Agnes Robertson Contemporary Music Foundation Scholarship in her first year. In her final year, Alyson was invited to perform in a Donna Jackson production to celebrate woman in the community (FEMVOX). Later, Alyson was also featured in the “Art and Industry Festival in Melbourne”, directed by Jackson.
Alyson has been featured on various Australian records including 'The Flipside' by Melbourne hip-hop artist, Maundz, and ‘Anotha Dollar Anotha Day’ by Sydney rapper, Rates. Notably, Alyson released her first solo EP entitled ‘Integrity’ in 2013, as well as ‘On My Way’ in 2014 and ‘It’s Taken A While’ in 2016 with her Melbourne band, Melaluka.