Weekday mornings Allan’s broadcasting career began in his home state of Vermont and continued on the Cape and Providence before settling in at WRCH as Program Director and host of the Morning Show. The father of two UCONN Grads, Allan’s goal was to create a friendly morning show that listeners would turn to for the information they need as their day begins, catch a few of their favorite songs, and get a laugh-hopefully several. Some of those laughs may come at his expense, especially when he’s relating one of his latest attempts at performing a home improvement project. With Allan’s friendly, relaxed attitude, it’s easy to understand why so many families in Central Connecticut set their alarms to Lite 100.5. Allan is a Photography buff. See some of his Flickr photos at www.flickr.com/photos/allancamp/ If you have discovered Pinterest, here is his site. http://pinterest.com/lite1005wrch/ Unstagram. http://instagram.com/camp4allan# Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/morningdriver
See the video of Let Me Love You
His guitar solo came out of him and that take went right to the record.
See the video to his new song Blue Ain’t Your Color right here.
He wrote it under a plum tree in his back yard.
Tells us the meaning of her new song!
You may know as gutarist and song writer for OneDirection.
He spoke about Red Sox Kids Nation and the experience of going to your first game. Walking into Fenway Park with Dad and Mom.
His band was also one of the most popular in that decade, and he wrote the theme show from one of the 70’s favorite TV shows.
See and hear them do their new song Cold from the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon here.
And it was Country to boot! Listen to the story Here!