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She is an American citizen and is of Caucasian ethnicity.

Alison grew up in the college town of Champaign, home to the University of Illinois.

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By this time, Union Station's line up had more or less settled.

It now featured mandolins Adam Steffey, banjoist/guitarist Ron Block, bassist Barry Bales, and guitarist Tim Stafford; Stafford later left the group and was replaced by Dan Tyminski.

So Long So Wrong Krauss & Union Station followed the unexpected success of Now That I've Found You with So Long, So Wrong in spring 1997. A year later, Krauss & Union Station joined the likes of John Hartford, Ralph Stanley, and others for the multi-million-selling soundtrack O Brother, Where Art Thou?

A North American tour showcasing some of the album's stellar musicians followed in summer 2002, allowing Krauss and her band's popularity to soar.

The album was called Different Strokes and appeared on the independent Fiddle Tunes label. The album was recorded with Krauss' backup band, the Union Station, which featured guitarist Jeff White, banjoist Alison Brown, and bassist Viktor Krauss; the following year, the group won the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass in America's National Band Championship contest.

In 1989, Krauss and Union Station released Two Highways, which was nominated for the Grammy Award for .

New Favourite appeared in November and went gold within four months.

A live album followed soon after, and in 2004 Krauss released Lonely Runs Both Ways.

When she was five years old, Krauss began playing the violin, taking classical lessons.

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