Alan Fullard is an international singer-songwriter and accomplished musician. He has family links with Cloyne, Cork but lives in Birmingham. Alan has toured and recorded with bands such as Sumo Giants and Tower Of Babel (produced by Jeff Lynne) and a two year stint as musical director with Honeybus – Can’t Let Maggie Go.
Alan’s first album Out Of Nowhere featured the outstanding track, America which won a Sky TV award for best new song. Singer songwriter Alan ….”is a fine musician and in a world of musical similarities, very much his own man”, says Charlie Landsborough when reviewing ‘Out Of Nowhere’.
“The album is a breath of fresh air. It offers the lot. Sensitive verses, huge choruses, marvellous orchestrations, wonderful backing vocals. I would imagine radio DJs all over having a ball with ‘Out Of Nowhere’ – it’s made for airplay.” Chris Woods – Melody Maker.
Alan Fullard International Musical Director
See for yourself. ‘Out Of Nowhere‘ is available now. Purchase merchandise via the highlighted links.
Here is another great album – Alan Fullard In My Own Way.
From the beautiful ‘Pot Of Gold’ to the anthemic salute to the US ‘America’, this is an excellent work. Lend an ear!” The DVD – Live and Personal – is now available to buy. Alan has crafted his art as a great singer-songwriter.
Charles Alexander “Charlie” Landsborough, (born 26 October 1941) is a British country and folk musician and singer-songwriter. He started singing professionally in the 1970s, although his major success did not come until 1994 with his song “What Colour is the Wind”. He is one of the UK’s top country acts and is also popular in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
While working as a teacher, he wrote songs and continued to perform on a semi-professional basis, with limited success. However, in 1994 his song “What Colour is the Wind”, which tells the story of a young blind child’s attempts to envision the world, began to be played in Ireland after a TV appearance on RTÉ’s Kenny Live Show. The song was used as the title track of Landsborough’s first album. (Wikipedia)