After the successful release of her single "Tell You", Alessia Cohle has been putting her own stamp on country music. She recently released Wild Eyed Wanderer, the follow-up EP to her FACTOR funded, full-length album, Talk To Me. She has opened up for Brett Kissel, River Town Saints, The Washboard Union, and George Canyon; as well as performed on festival stages such as Lucknow’s Music In The Fields, Havelock Country Jamboree, Manitoulin Country Fest, and Toronto Cider Fest.
Alessia had the privilege of performing as part of the house-band at CCMA Music Week 2016, 2017, and 2018 performing with artists such as Meghan Patrick, Jason Blaine, Dean Brody, Jess Moskaluke, Tim Hicks, and more. Alessia is the recipient of the 2020 Finalist for the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, a semi-finalist in the 2020 International Songwriting Competition, recipient of the 2018 Marty Award (Music - Solo Voice), the 2018 Mississauga Music Award (Best Country), the 2017 Ron Lenyk Inspiring Youth Arts Award, showcased at Indie Week (2016 & 2017), performed at multiple festivals throughout Ontario, showcased in Nashville, toured Canada on the VIA Rail Artists on Board Program, as well as splits her time writing between Toronto, Austin, and Nashville.
In June 2019, Alessia was selected to attend and showcase at the MIDEM Music Festival and Conference in Cannes, France. Held over 4-days, MIDEM is a global music gathering of top music industry executives and producers from all over the world. Alessia represented Canada on stage, performing her full set of songs alongside French music fans and MIDEM music industry attendees.
Alessia's single, "Tell You", was co-written with Jason Blaine in Nashville, TN and was produced by award-winning producer Karen Kosowski (Madeline Merlo, Tim Hicks, Kira Isabella). The single broke the Top 75 Country radio charts, and put Alessia into the Top 15 Female Artists played on Country Radio.
Her support of charitable causes includes donating proceeds from her current single, "All Good", to Kids Help Phone, co-writing "Make A Change" for the charity Tikko Travels, performing for Verona's Voyage for Sick Kids Hospital, and writing "Weight of You", an anti-bullying song leading to a partnership with the Kids Now program. Her love for all styles of music has helped Alessia define and create her own unique musical style, joining the next wave of artists who continue to push the future of country music.