The album takes inspiration from the Grammy award winning collaboration between Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald, mixing repertoire from The Great American Songbook and contemporary material from Stevie Wonder and James Taylor. (Learn More)

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Kissing Bug

The debut album from smoky bittersweet jazz singer par excellence Alison Burns featuring Guy Barker, Jack Emblow, Dave Newton and Martin Taylor. (Learn More)

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Last Train to Hauteville

The ideal soundtrack to driving through the scented country roads of France on a hot lazy summer’s day. (Learn More)

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A joyful collaboration with Martin Taylor and long time friends and esteemed colleagues Guy Barker (trumpet), David Newton (piano) and Alison Burns (vocals).  Alison Burns is featured on the track Kissing Bug. (Learn More)

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Freternity DVD

This DVD sees Alison Burns singing on two tracks; ‘You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To’ and ‘Kissing Bug’.






Inspired by female three part harmony vocal groups like The Dining Sisters and The Andrews Sisters, the Penny Dainties put their own 21st Century spin on the genre. (Learn More)



Candy Philosophy

Michael Marra is one of Scotland’s most prolific Songwriters, and a much loved & respected figure in the entertainment business.  Alison Burns sings on this album. (Learn More)


On Stolen Stationery

Alison Burns sings on this album including the classic track ‘Hermless’. (Learn More)




Danny Wilson

Alison sang on the B Side of the Top Ten chart hit ‘Mary’s Prayer’ by the group Danny Wilson.