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Alan Roubik

Alan Roubik is an American pianist, composer and producer, born in Los Angeles in 1966. Considered a child prodigy at the age of three, he was "discovered" and mentored by legendary producer and artist manager Joe Gottfried (Toto, Fleetwood Mac, The Carpenters, Rick Springfield) one year prior to graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.

With no professional experience, Alan wanted to get some performance experience and test out a few of his compositions, which took place at one of the most popular jazz clubs in Los Angeles, At My Place. Encouraged and inspired, Alan began assembling his team of LA's top studio musicians and recorded his first album, entitled "Promises."

Alan promoted his own record on radio, and "Promises" was very well received on popular Contemporary Jazz and Adult Contemporary radio stations in the US. In 1994, Alan produced a music video of the title track, which has been featured on such programs such as MTV, Star TV Asia, MOR Music and PBS Classic Arts Showcase. The 35mm video was filmed at locations in Malibu, California, by Michael Jackson's music video crew, assisted by Director John Landis ("Thriller"). Coincidentally, many of Alan's musicians had also performed on MichaeJ's albums and in concert.

In 1995, Alan began collaborating with research scientist and New York Best-selling author Dr. Masaru Emoto, producing the first of the Music For Your Heart series of CDs. Laboratory tested, Alan’s music is said to have the most healing properties of any modern music, and is used and recommended by doctors, professional athletes and trainers, fitness and yoga instructors. Gold Medalist Gary Hall and Coach Mike Bottom used Alan's music at Stanford University, incorporating it as a part of their training, as have numerous other Olympic athletes.

To date, Alan has recorded and produced more than a dozen albums in several genres, including contemporary jazz, ragtime, new age, classical and pop-instrumental.