Mike Allen began playing professionally at 16, working for the Little Walter Price Blues Band. Switching to country in 1980, he spent years on the road playing for Jeff Hord and the Texas Fullhouse Band, Hatfield and McCoy, Phoenix, and others. Mike has opened for and played shows with Toby Keith, Dixie Chicks, Johnny Rodriguez, Gene Watson and many more.
As a writer, he had his first song, "Whiskey and Tears", recorded in 1984. Mike has 5 CD's out, "Good For Something", "A Mile Of Bad Track", "Pieces Of Me", "Texas Soul" and "The Cowboy Way".
Mike is a member of ISSA, NSAI and a nominee for Songwriter Of The Year in 2017, 2018 and 2019 for the Josie Music Awards, as well as nominee for Producer of the Year for the JMA's and the ISSA awards in 2019