Alison Chabloz is a satirical singer-songwriter based in London. Trained professionally (classical/jazz piano/vocal) in Lausanne, Bern and Montreux, she also plays keys, guitar and bass. She returned to her English roots after living and working in French and German-speaking Swiss cantons, as a teacher, performer and choir leader for more than 20 years.
Since returning to England, from 2013-2015, she worked as Musical Director on cruise ships. She has appeared five times at the Edinburgh Fringe, including two full-runs of solo shows (2011, 2015), and has since performed regularly in France. She also toured Canada in 2017.
Alison is now most well-known for having been sent to jail in 2019 for composing and performing satirical songs which she had published online. Her songs are political.
“I believe we live in a System based upon lies. I am being punished for my lyrical and comedic ability to address societal taboos in a way that no one seems to have achieved previously.”
Alison is still being hounded by the enemies of free speech.
“Information about me, my life and my legal situation is either being manipulated or suppressed by the mainstream.
“Satire is, by definition, supposed to offend. If the court rules against me next March, this would indicate just how much my songs touched a nerve,- the central nerve of a corrupt, globalist cabal and its entirely rotten, so-called liberal democratic System.”
Alison’s upcoming two-day trial will take place at Westminster Magistrates Court, starting March 30th 2021.