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Randy Allen

Randy Allen Works Overtime to Deliver in 2017
Sometimes it’s a wonder how profound children can be. Not even in junior high, spinning George Jones records, Randy Allen recognized the power of music and all he wanted in life was to make someone feel the way Jones’ music made him feel. Musically inclined to do so, he had to put that career on hold while he started a family in his 20’s. Fast forward years down the road to 2003 when a contest won him a recording deal. From the back burner to the front, his music career was back in play. Since then he’s worked with some of the best in the business, and come last year spent much of his time doing what needed to be done to insure a 2017 release.
Over the years Randy learned from a number of experiences and has grown more confident with each passing day about his sound. When it comes to the new songs he’s said, “The songs I have written for this album are far more from any other I have composed. With the help from Magenta Records and producer Gary Sadker, and renowned producer Mark Mosley,” adding with excitement, “The title track ‘Saturday Backroad’ is by far just one of the top tracks on the album. In completing the tracks for this album I have also seeked the help of producer Jay Vern.” Awaiting feedback on what he’s been working on, Randy feels fans and critics alike will really appreciate his traditional era sound.
Underneath it all, love is where Randy comes from when penning his music. While married today, “Saturday Backroad” is a walk down memory lane paved with past relationships that have helped make him the man he is today. Again, happily married today he wrote “Crazy” about how his wife makes him feel after all these years. From an outside perspective, he wanted to write a song for the truck drivers out there and took pen to paper and came up with a signature “I love you” that wound up being a fun experience to write, “Tell Me What I Gotta Do.”
A few years after getting back in the saddle Randy Allen dropped his debut, Trust Me. A couple years later Up Above It All. Taking some time off from recording he’s refreshed and ready to release his third album this year as he continues to perform on any stage that will have him.