Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Allan Corby. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked his way of expressing himself with the guitar.
Undoubtedly we are dealing with a great guitarist, the thing that I liked the most in his way of composing music is that I felt some medieval vibrations and melodies.
The ability to caress the strings and the expressiveness of this artist are truly enviable.
I got excited listening to the beautiful melody of his new single Lullaby For Eloise and I let myself be lulled by the magical notes of this beautiful song.
Even the cello is very beautiful and like a light veil, it rests on the melody created by the guitar as the first snow does on the roofs of the houses.
If you want a moment of calm to forget about everyday problems
Lullaby For Eloise is Allan Corby’s Single Out Now!
Nostalgic and Sweet!
Allan Corby fell in love with the guitar at the early age of 13 and learned to play folk songs and progressed to having a trio that auditioned for Ted Mack Amateur Hour at the New York World’s Fair in 1964. Allan became involved in radio in the late ’60s and had a unique radio segment called, “Mr. Guitar-man”, in which he taught guitar chords to popular songs live on the radio. He began writing his own songs and in 1972, got a record deal and produced pop/disco tracks for Mercury/Polygram.
His talent led to performances in many clubs across NYC as well as having the opportunity to be an opening act for The Doobie Brothers and ZZ Top. After getting married and starting a family, Allan took a 40-year break from the music industry. Now in his early 70’s, Allan is writing with fire and passion.