Alan Fullard is an international singer-songwriter and accomplished musician. He has family links with Cloyne, Cork but lives in Birmingham. Having toured and recorded with bands such as Sumo Giants and Tower Of Babel (produced by Jeff Lynne) Alan also undertook a two year stint as musical director with Honeybus – Can’t Let Maggie Go. Special offer appearances are available now for social clubs, sports clubs, golf clubs and diners / restaurants in the Solihull / Birmingham area. Alan has crafted his art as a great singer-songwriter.
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His 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. See for yourself. Out Of Nowhere is available now.
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.
Albums Available Now
Contact us to enquire about or book your preferred entertainer / entertainment securely today. Travel costs / expenses and accommodation may sometimes be a necessary addition to the fee. New venues and clients are welcome to contact us now to pre-book events.
If you have a 2020 event booked in with us please send us your updates asap especially if your event will need to be cancelled or postponed.
2021 bookings will resume post Coronavirus. Keep in touch!
In the meantime….vote for your favourite Alan Fullard song.