The phrase “Beyond the sky” psych’s the listener of what the song by Alan Chapell might entail. Beyond the blue sky is a motivational song which pushes you to go plus Ultra . One of those days when you wake up feeling entrapped, feels limited by your incapability’s even seems like the end of the road, but no Alan Chapell sees something different at the end of that same road and this is what he aims to share with his beloved listeners.
With over 46,808 monthly listeners waiting eagerly to hear a new song from Alan Chapell , he has given his cherished listeners something to hold on to, an upbeat to add to their playlist.
Playing the piano and trumpet before the age of six, as well as performing Mozart and Beethoven in local performances. In his teenage years, Alan was drawn to rock music and idolized groups like the Police, the Cars, and Talking Heads. At age 12, Alan began creating his own songs. At the age of 15, he co-wrote tracks with legendary producer Jimmy Ienner. He spent his twenties fronting the hugely successful east-west band Kalki in Mumbai, India.
Alan Chapell came out with The Redhead’s Allegations, produced by Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads fame. Then later a pair of albums—Soul Man and Love in the Summer of Trouble—followed a year later. Along the way, the group emerged as a live phenomenon. Later in 2019, the ban reached a higher height with Penultimate. The Cinco album was then released in 2021.
Alan focused his creative energies on writing and recording. He took his wife and baby out of New York City to the houseboat community of Sausalito – a place he was originally introduced to by Jerry Harrison a few years prior.
Alan spent most of 2021 writing and recording. The 2021 recording sessions were both emotionally gratifying and cathartic. Alan was still living in Sausalito so had to do all the sessions remotely, although Chapell enjoyed playing with his this was to help him perfect his craft and it did
I love that moment when a song idea comes to me. I might be walking somewhere, or on the Subway, or just talking with my wife. And all of the sudden, the air in the room changes. A feeling of electricity; of hope. That’s what happens when a song is born – and it might be the best feeling I ever experience; says Alan
He really loved playing in India and learnt so much from his stay there. He hopes to go there sometime and catchup and possibly play a couple of gigs there. But the Central American experience has absolutely shaped who he is musically. I’d love to do a European tour – I did a few concerts in Dubrovnik, Croatia last summer. People over there just love music. And as I said, we’re talking about doing a mini tour in the UK in 2022.
the multitalented Alan aspires to continue giving his fans good music