Author Archives: Glen Alan
Find A Way is pleased to announce a new studio location in the Greenwood and Danforth area. Both vocal and piano lessons will be offered at this location. To book a lesson or to inquire about availability please call 416-707-1077
Find A Way is pleased to announce our new Recording Studio Location. The studio has been relocated to 75 Sherbourne Street, Suite 323 (corner of Sherbourne St. and Adelaide St. E.) Toronto, Ontario, M5A 2P9. Our new location includes a separate video editing suite and a larger multi-room recording studio space designed by the world [...]
Find A Way Client Ken Sproul released a new video for his song “Paradise Blues”. The video was completed through a joint partnership between Cinefocus Canada and Find A Way Studios. The script was written by Ken Sproul and the video was directed by Glen Alan. The recording of “Paradise Blues” was produced by Glen [...]
As of July 1st 2012 Find A Way has moved to 7 Watson Avenue near Jane and Bloor. Although lessons will continue over the summer at our Jane and Bloor location the recording studio will reopen in the fall of 2012 at a downtown location yet to be determined. We’d like to thank our clients [...]
Find A Way now offers complete, state of the art video production services. If you are thinking about recording a song and doing a music video Find A Way is your one stop solution to make your video and audio dreams come true!
Glen Alan’s song “Sun’s Up” received an honourable mention in the Sixth Annual Great Lakes Songwriting Competition on Nov 23rd 2009. The Great Lakes Songwriting Society provides workshops and supports songwriters in the development and recognition of their craft.
On Saturday June 27th Glen Alan released a limited edition 6 song EP entitled “The Many Faces Of Glen Alan”. The CD features 6 original compositions by Glen Alan and retails for $12.00 and if purchased at the Toronto Dollar booth at the St. Lawrence Market (South Building on Saturdays only from 9 am -2 [...]
No Nonsense performs at J D’s Bar and Grill in Collingwood, Ontario for Dennis McAndrew No Nonsense members from left to right: Glen Alan, Mike Hughes, Trevor Hanley and James Carson. Glen Alan performed with the Acappella Quartet No Nonsense on June 4th 2009 at J D’s Bar and Grill in Collingwood to a standing [...]
MR Quartet and Richard Fortin along with Senior Engineer Alan Hardiman and Glen Alan master MR Quartet’s debut CD at Find A Way Studios. This Jazz CD features original tunes written and arranged by MR Quartet.
Former CPR Engineer John Amos was in the studio today working on his song “C.P.R. Fast Freight 901” a song that John wrote in 1962 the celebrates the legacy of the steam engine and is a snap shot of the railroad culture of that era. John now 87 wrote this song in 1962 and will [...]