|Twice named an "emerging artist" twice by Coast to Coast A.M.,
an overnight radio show heard over 500 stations in the United
States and Canada.
In 1981, Don't Slow Up received a Certificate of Achievement in
the national Billboard Magazine songwriting contest.
Alan still lives in the Fort Lauderdale suburbs and practices
songwriting with the help of a 10-year-old computer, digital
eight-track recorder, music software and a hand-me-down
His writing covers a range of American styles, from pop to folk
with a few stops in between.
|House of Ghosts
|Alan's fave links
|Johnnie Come Back
|Trapped by family memories.
Somber reminders of long dead uncles
you barely knew, dusty empty rooms
where you once played and haunted
Moments you can never have back and
won't let go.
On July 5, 2011, House of Ghosts was
played on the old Art Bell show AM Coast
to Coast now hosted by George Noorey.
|Early Fibes original rock 'n' roller.
Lynn sings the lead with Alan providing
Randy is pitch perfect with his
The guys rented a four-track recorder
from a local music store to capture this
The song is about John Lennon.
|Big band Fibes, what more can you say.
What's more romantic than Fort
The crashing waves, chilled champagne,
a lovely lady ... and the calls of the night
Even though the guy dumps the girl, he
gives her a memory to hold forever.
Times that can heal you.
|Alan on Twitter -- Acherry55
|Alan at his best
|Sh#t from the Garage -- The Fibes -- By Alan Cherry Music
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|Don't Slow Up
|One of the original songs at the start of
Recorded at Loconto's Studio in Sunrise.
The song is written by Alan and sung by
It received an honorable mention in 1981
in Billboard Magazine's national
|An odd song from Alan after a long and
upclose look at Alzheimer's.
The video reflects the slide into darkness
and the illusions that become real
through the progression of the disease.
Look closely during the lede break for
the image of John Lennon -- a mind
puzzle of sorts.
|The Mind's A Disease aka The Alzheimer's Song
|An original song by Alan and one of the
two songs played on Coast to Coast AM.
Alan was naked in the pool not knowing
it had been selected to be played on the
national radio program that night.
He damn near drowned when it come
blaring over his transistor radio on July 4,
|An original song by Alan and homage to
Largely written as a Valentine to Alan's
wife Pat McDonough. They've been
married for decades.
Notice who the only male face in the
Bubba, we love ya.