Nanaimo songbird shows the power of Silence
Malcolm Parry, The Vancouver Sun
June 2, 2001
ALLISON CROWE, the pint-sized singer-pianist with the 10-gallon voice, came from Nanaimo to give an Arts Club Theatre Backstage Bar audience more than its moneys' worth Thursday.
Chatting earlier with boy-friend Stephen Clevette and pianist-uncle Kelly Crowe, Beethoven pianist Crowe wrote the song Silence ("Why do we sit in silence when we're drowning in misery?") and performed it -- loudly -- for enthusiastic fans.
This Crowe may just fly far.