“Alan began to take notice of country music as the bus driver played it on the way to school. “I fell in love with it, because it was songs that were almost word for word about what I was going through or my lifestyle,” he said.”
“But with a $10,000 prize and a meet-and-greet with country music star Josh Turner...“I didn’t think it would go this fast. It is really shocking. And it all really happened in 2012. I took two trips to Nashville. The whole “The Singing Bee” thing just came out of nowhere. Now this. I think everything is lining up right now. It’s very exciting.””
"It's just one of those things you never think could happen to you. I am such a big fan of the show, and to be a part of it is just mind-blowing.
“MEADVILLE — A Saegertown man will appear on the Country Music Television (CMT) show “Singing Bee” on June 1 at 8 and 11 p.m.”
“Randy Alan debuts country album “This is What I Do””