"The record industry only cares about who writes the best songs; who has that career establishing song. And I think this guy's got a couple of them." - Al Bowman, founder of the L.A. Music Awards "Alan Morphew plays folk rock, with elements of country and 70's classic rock... A strong singer / songwriter with melodic and catchy tunes... Lyrics range from the personal and introspective to the socially conscious and political... Morphew has an outstanding voice with an impressive range. His ability to move effortlessly from lower notes to a Jeff Buckley-esque falsetto serves his songs well... A spirited performance, making eye contact with audience members, engaging the crowd verbally, and singing with earnest passion... He has a great deal of stage presence and a willingness to interact with his audience in a warm and honest way..." - Music Connection Magazine, June 2007 - Los Angeles, CA "A genuine soul carrying on the long practiced folk music tradition of "leaving it all behind" and pursuing his musical dreams... Alan Morphew is a fabulous singer / songwriter and musician. Alan's "Four More" release really showcases his studio savvy production skills and borders on being the best "Folk Pop" creation I have experienced." - Phillip Beasley, President, Memphis Songwriters Assoc, 2007, Memphis, TN BIO: Alan Morphew is a Modern Folk Rock singer / songwriter from Los Angeles. He grew up in NW Iowa and today, makes that his home for over half the year. After years of studying voice he is an incredibly powerful vocalist, ranging from sweet falsettos to emotional power vocals. His songs are catchy and melodic with strong choruses and meaningful lyrics. Alan's music has been compared to Jeff Buckley, The Beatles, Rob Thomas, Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens. Throughout his years in the music industry, Alan has worked with some incredible artists. He sang on Neil Young's 2006 album, 'Living With War', played trumpet for TSOL, and engineered for many artists including Tupac and Kiss. Alan has also recorded and toured in Germany. Alan has received several awards for his music and songwriting from organizations including Unisong International Songwriting Competition, the L.A. Music Awards, Kweevak Music Awards (Portland, OR), and the All Access Music Awards (Los Angeles). Alan Morphew released his first solo album, a self-titled EP, in 2005, a second EP in early 2007, and is preparing to release a full-length CD in August, 2008. All albums are produced by Alan Morphew and mixed by James "Jimbo" Barton (Matchbox 20, Rush, Eric Clapton Unplugged). In addition to recording, Alan is regularly touring the country, playing shows in Los Angeles, the Midwest, the East Coast and the South.