Alan Paul is one of the founding members of the internationally acclaimed vocal group, The Manhattan Transfer and a nine time Grammy award winner He began his professional singing career on Broadway at the age of 12 in the original cast of Oliver and later in the original cast of Grease. He graduated with a degree in music from Kean University and received two honorary doctorates from Kean U. and Berklee School of Music.
For his singing he was honored with a Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Vocalist, Male for the recording of I Remember Clifford on the album Vocalese.
On his work as a writer, lyricist and arranger he received four Grammy nominations for his compositions, Twilight Zone/Twilight Tone and Code Of Ethics and vocal arrangements for Ray’s Rockhouse and Boy from New York City.
Some of the other songs he has written include:
Spies In The Night
Malaise en Malaisie
What Goes Around Comes Around
It’s Good Enough To Keep
Stompin’ At Mahogany Hall
Nothin’ Could Be Hotter Than That
Ragtime In Pixiland