Alan Frew of Glass Tiger
Alan Frew (al-uh n froo) - Scot. noun: brilliantly comedic storyteller; fiercely passionate multi-platinum singer/songwriter. Synonym: ordinarily extraordinary man for the everyman.
Singer/Songwriter Alan Frew is a five-time JUNO Award winner, five-time Canadian Classic Award winner and a Grammy nominee. As a songwriter, Alan has written numerous top ten songs with several of them having the distinction of reaching the chart topping #1 position. Someday, So Blind, I'm Still Searching and Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) are just some of these hits.
Alan has written the 2010 Olympic Broadcast Theme called I Believe and the new Toronto Maple Leafs theme called Free to Be (This is Canada's Song) both with Stephan Moccio. I Believe has set new records in Canada and the United States in reaching the coveted #1 spot in break-neck time and have been awarded quadruple platinum status. He has toured and performed with many artists including Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Julian Lennon, Journey, Roxette, Cheap Trick, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Huey Lewis and Fleetwood Mac and has traveled extensively including performances in Bosnia, the North Pole, Israel, Egypt and Afghanistan for the Canadian Armed Forces and their allies.
In support of his latest album 80290 Rewind (2015), Frew will take the audience on a musical journey down memory lane wtih interpretations of some of the best-loved songs from 1980-1990, including Tears for Fears' "Everybody Wants to Rule the World," Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time," hits by Glass Tiger and more.