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Sunshine is Allan Corby’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Allan Corby in the past but he is out now with a new cool single and I want to share my opinion about it.

This new song by this talented guitarist and songwriter immediately put me in a good mood.

This tune is capable of making you forget about everyday problems and is able to clear your mind.

These kinds of melodies are composed by people with a lot of life experience behind them and Allan Corby is one of them. People who are able to enjoy the now… like when the sun warms your skin, a smile, and the wind that passes through your hair.

We often forget how important these little things are and many times we spend a lot of energy on things that don’t deserve so much attention.

This music is wise, sincere, and direct and manages to make you taste the things that make our life worth living.

Another beautiful song that I recommend to everyone!

Sunshine is Allan Corby’s Single Out Now!

Pure and Magic!


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.

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