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Allen Austin-Bishop: No One Is Alone

Read "No One Is Alone" reviewed by Chris Mosey

Possibly the best love song ever written, Ewan MacColl composed “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" for Peggy Seeger in 1957. She was in America. He was in England. Then, in those far off days before the IT revolution, when transatlantic calls cost a small fortune, he sang the song to her over the ...

Allen Austin-Bishop

Allen Austin-Bishop is an American-British emerging jazz / pop vocalist. Allen was born in Newark, New Jersey (USA) and is currently based in London. Allen is a crossover jazz singer, who’s smooth, mellow and emotionally charged voice allows his singing to connect with a captive audience, and create an emotional bond with listeners. Allen has recently released his debut album entitled "Sorry Grateful". "Sorry Grateful" is an album comprising jazz standards ranging from Errol Garner’s “Misty” and Johnny Mandel’s “The Shadow of Your Smile”, to Victor Young’s “When I Fall in Love” and Bart Howard’s “Fly Me to the Moon'.

NEWS: RECORDING

American-British vocalist Allen Austin-Bishop debut album "Sorry Grateful" Available Now!

American-British vocalist Allen Austin-Bishop debut album "Sorry Grateful" Available Now!

Vocalist Allen Austin-Bishop's Sorry Grateful is an album comprised of jazz standards ranging from Errol Garner’s “Misty” and Johnny Mandel’s “The Shadow of Your Smile”, to Victor Young’s “When I Fall in Love” and Bart Howard’s “Fly Me to the Moon." Allen Austin-Bishop was born in Newark, New Jersey (USA) but is currently based in London. ...