ABOUT HAELI ALLEN MUSIC
And family band "THE SIGHTLINERS"
What kind of band do you get when you combine:
An over-the-road cattle hauler (who prefers calling himself “livestock procurement and relocation executive”)
A singer-songwriter turned house-wife wrangling four kids, a milk cow and a mullet.
A hair-dresser and health-nut/gym-rat married to a macho former Marine who only seems to sire daughters, two so far.
A law school student juggling school, family (wife Mitzi and a baby boy) and three part time jobs. The only thing lazy about this guy is the genetic lazy eye that runs strong in the Allen family gene pool.
A brick-layer hustling to build his masonry business into an empire…one brick at a time
… You get The Sightliners, a band with a major need to kick back and blow off some steam!You get four members of the Allen Family and a friend that have created real down to earth original music along with a repertoire of covers that you’ll love and recognize. This group of folks comes from a varied array of musical interest, genres and backgrounds and will provide an equal variety of live music that is sure to relate to the everyday human who, like The Sightliners, may also need to kick back and blow off some steam.
Jaxon Allen, his wife Haeli Allen, and two of his siblings, Kenzie Allen Palmer & Weston Allen, and friend CJ Bailey make up The Sightliners.
LONG LIVE LIVE MUSIC
In 2017, with the release of her first album "The Gilt Edge Collection" Haeli Allen self-produced her Northwest House Concert Tour playing free concerts in peoples homes, backyards and neighborhoods to collect donations for her project "Long Live Live Music."
Haeli developed the project to promote local, small town live music. Proceeds from "Long Live Live Music" merchandise goes towards bringing live music to rural schools, and small town events that are free to the audience but not at the expense of the artist who is donating their time and talents.
If you would like to know more about how to participate, or to buy LLLM merchandise please get in touch. Just ask about "Long Live Live Music"