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Alan Frew

Alan Frew was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and mostly raised there. When he was 16 he moved with his family to Canada. Singing for family and friends motivated him to begin performing in local bars and soon he was practicing on the guitar and writing his own songs, preparing to make an attempt at a career in music. His work with Glass Tiger has garnered him five Juno Awards, a Grammy nomination and five Canadian Classic Awards in recognition of songs that have been played in excess of 100,000 times on Canadian Radio. Additionally, Frew co-wrote ‘I Believe’ (the theme song for CTV's coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games) with Stephan Moccio,. He also co-wrote the title track from Johnny Reid’s Juno-Nominated album “Fire it Up”,which was coincidentally also recording by the legendary Joe Cocker.





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