Bob Allan

By May 9, 2013
Bob Allan

From humble beginnings at the age of 15 Playing at Cafes, Bob Allan has learnt how to play in any live situation or location. The passion and love he has for what he does is very obvious as you watch this experienced yet fresh musician play his heart out.

Bob has a huge knowledge of songs dating from the 50s all the way to today. He has played in some of the biggest Central Coast covers and original acts, including: End of August, Coastal Front, Caution, Jaywalker and Superjam to name a few. Not to mention supporting the likes of Jon Stevens, Diesel, Wendy Matthews, Jack Jones and Sarah Mcloude.

Another great asset that Bob Allan has is a special pedal that allows him to not only sing and play rhythm guitar, but it also shows off Bobs lead guitar playing which he is also well versed in whether it be suttle lead or blistering solos.

So if youre looking for quiet background music as atmosphere or something hi-energy where you want people dancing the night away, Bob Allan is perfectly suited to your needs. Duos and Bands also available.


Lead guitar & Solo

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Sample Song List

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Bob Allan Song List:

Feeler- Pete Murray
Wild World- Cat Stevens
New York State of Mind- Billy Joel
These Days- Powderfinger
Fire and Rain- James Taylor
Your Song- Elton John
Use Somebody- Kings of Leon
Turn a Page- Bob Segar
Solitary Man- Neil Diamond
The Horses- Daryl Braithwaite
Losing my Religion- REM
Sweet Guy- Paul Kelly
You’re Beautiful- James Blunt
To Be With You- Mr Big
Ventura Highway- America
If You Could Only See- Tonic
Be Mine- Dave Gray
Dolphins Cry- Live
Dinosaur- Kisschasy
Getting Better- Gyroscope
Come Said The Boy- Mondo Rock
Glycerine- Bush
Brightlights- Matchbox 20
Jack & Diane- John Cougar
One- U2
Flame Trees- Cold Chisel
One Perfect Day- Little Heroes
Father and Son- Cat Stevens
Cat’s In The Cradle- Harry Chapin
Just Breathe- Pearl Jam
Ricki Don’t Lose That Number- Steely Dan
Don’t Like Mondays- Boomtown Rats
Drops of Jupiter- Train
Soul Sister- Train
Wish You Were Here- Pink Floyd
Route 66- Rolling Stones
Man on the Moon- REM
I Was Made For Lovin You- Kiss
Yellow- Coldplay
Piano Man- Billy Joel
Lightning crashes