|Born||September 24, 1972|
|Genres||Jazz, pop, vocal jazz, alternative rock|
|Labels||Group UP Music, Ropeadope|
Alison Wedding (born 1972) is an American singer and composer based in New York City.
She has performed with jazz musicians Gerry Mulligan, Dianne Reeves, Joe Chindamo, Bob Sedergreen, and Peter Knight. Before moving to New York in 2007, Wedding was based in Melbourne from 2001 to 2007 where she performed and recorded throughout Australia. She holds a degree from the University of North Texas. Her album, This Dance was produced by Micheal League of Snarky Puppy and featured special guests Lionel Loueke, Chris Potter, and Theo Bleckmann.
- Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album, Australian Jazz Bell Award, 2004
- The Secret (2003)
- Sometimes I Feel (2004)
- Live at the BMW Edge (2004)
- This Dance, GroundUP/Ropeadope (2012)
- Andy Summers, Peggy's Blue Skylight, vocals on "Remember Rockefeller at Attica", BMG/RCA Victor (2002)
- Peter Knight, Between Two Moments, (2001)
- Mark Lockett, About Time, (2004)
- Gabriel Espinosa, From Yucatan to Rio
- Hendrik Meurkens and Gabriel Espinosa, Celebrando (2012)
- Jessica Nicholas, "Alison Wedding – Farewell Gig", The Age (Melbourne newspaper), June 1, 2007