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     Nashville North Studios has created this site for singers/songwriters to have their songs recorded in Nashville Style. Jim offers Singer/Songwriter Seminars quarterly.  Contact him for more information.   

     It is Nashville North Studios' mission to integrate music and art works from emerging, middle career and iconic independent artists based on the quality of their work rather than the artists resume.
Judith and James Allison
Nashville North Studios
Linwood Greene Plaza
210 New Road, #8
Linwood, NJ 08221

Nashville North Studios (formerly Allisongs) was formed in 1985 by Grammy nominated producer, Jim Allison. Since our inception, we've had a #1 with Grammy Award Winner Reba McEntire, a top 10 with Grammy Award Winner LeAnn Rimes, did the developmental work on Grammy Award Winner Billy Ray Cyrus and we engineered Grammy Award Winner Gretchen Wilson's television special.

In 1985, Capitol Records released what was to be Jim's first chart single by country singer  Con Hunley.  In 2011 this single was re-recorded by Capitol Records for Con Hunley's new album, "LOST & FOUND, THE MCA/CAPITOL YEARS."   

Our credits include a #1 song with Grammy Award Winner Reba McEntire as well as LeAnn Rimes and a list of others.  Grammy Award Winner  Linda Davis was the demo singer for AlliSongs. Billy Ray Cyrus recorded his early demos and was founded at AlliSongs. We've had songs recorded by Razzy Bailey, Sonny Burgess, Earl Thomas Conley, Linda Davis, The 
Ellis Brothers, Farmer's Daughter (Canada), Mickey Gilley, The Hager Twins, Brenda Lee, Susan McCann (Ireland), Bill Medley, Jimmy C. Newman, Wayne Newton, LeAnn Rimes, Connie Smith, B.J. Thomas and Jett Williams, (daughter of country music legend Hank Williams), as well as the 1994 hit, "Cowboys Don't Cry", by Daron Norwood, and the #1 hit, "What Am I Gonna Do About You", as performed by Reba McEntire. In addition, Jim Allison's song, "Nobody Loves Me Like The Blues", was the winner of the Billboard Song Contest.
Additionally our studio has recorded a "Greatest Hits" album for the legendary Grand Ole Opry star, Del Reeves, mixed and mastered Gretchen Wilson's live GAC television special and had Grammy Award Winner Linda Davis in the studio recording vocals for her album, "I Have Arrived".