Al Harlow, best known as the frontman and founding member of Canada’s Juno award-winning supergroup “Prism,” is excited to announce the release of his new album “Al Harlow – Now!”
|Al Harlow – Beyond Prism|
|Al Harlow, best known as the frontman and founding member of Canada’s Juno award-winning supergroup “Prism,” is excited to announce the release of his new album “Al Harlow – Now!” With contributions from a who’s who of Canadian talent including Sean Kelly (Nelly Furtado), Shaun Verreault (Wide Mouth Mason), John Webster (Richie Sambora), Mike Fraser of AC/DC fame and featuring a Harlow – Bryan Adams co-write, Al has delivered a powerful album of new originals.|
As the official Valentine’s Day release fast approaches, the first single “My Mind Is Running Away With You” backed with “Dance With The One You Came With” embodies the romance of the season.
|“My Mind Is Running Away With You” is an arena rock anthem that unabashedly celebrates the exhilaration of new love. Written by Harlow’s bandmate Kevin Stuart Swain, the song showcases Al’s range and passion. Swain claims the song was initially pessimistic, but he was so inspired by his bandleader’s outlook and chivalrous nature that he came up with a lyric and melody to fit.|
“Dance With The One You Came With” — Al Harlow, the hopeless romantic and perennial teenager sings of loyalty and devotion. Love ages like fine wine but spoils with a wandering eye. Stay true and follow through!
|Enjoy the new tunes! Hope to see you on the road real soon!!|
“My Mind Is Running Away With You
|Soundcloud – My Mind Is Running Away With You |
Youtube – My Mind Is Running Away With You
Soundcloud – Dance With The One You Came With
Fans can stay connected by visiting
|Quicknotes On Prism|
NASA chose Prism’s “Spaceship Superstar” as the official song aboard Space Shuttle Discovery during its historic final flight, which speaks to Prism’s ongoing popularity, even in outer space! Meanwhile, back on earth: They’ve sold millions of albums, with songs that have become standards – Spaceship Superstar, Take Me to the Kaptin, Flying, Armageddon, Take Me Away, Young & Restless, Night to Remember, Don’t Let Him Know among them. With two Juno Awards (Canada’s Grammy) for Album & Group of the Year, multi-platinum albums, and a continuing legacy of sold-out shows, Every day somewhere radio is playing one of many Prism classics.
Known nationwide for his hit songwriting, platinum records, and electrifying performances with Juno-winning icons, PRISM, Al Harlow is Canada’s face of perennial youth, energy, soaring vocals, and wildman guitar style.
In addition to composing hits like Flying, Take Me Away, Young & Restless, and Good To Be Back, Al has a brand new album, Al Harlow, Now!
Comprising ten riveting songs which tell his story and reveal his relentless spirit, as Al Harlow, Now! displays the magnetic persona, the rock storyteller. From the explosive Let It Go to the world-weary, eternal optimism of Way Of The World, Al takes you on his enigmatic journey. And yes, it rocks.
Harlow’s stunning vocal range and soulful guitar is surrounded by powerhouse talent including Sean Kelly (Lee Aaron, Nelly Furtado) Mike Fraser of AC/DC fame, Shaun Verreault (Wide Mouth Mason), and John Webster (Richie Sambora), with a Harlow-Bryan Adams, co-write among the elite song-smithing.
Born in Vancouver BC, Harlow began fronting Brit Invasion, style bands, writing blues-pop songs to record locally in the late ’60s.
A move to England in the early ’70s immersed Al in the London music scene, cutting his songs at De Lane Lea Studios. Recording as Harlow in ’77, producer Bruce Fairbairn, heard the results and teamed Al with his ex-Seeds Of Time bandmates to complete the band Prism.
Signed to Capitol Records, Al and the young Bruce Fairbairn worked together in the studio as Fairbairn launched his celebrated production career. Prism headlined sold-out arena concerts in the US and Canada through eight albums, with Juno Awards for Album & Group of the Year along the way.
Al’s guest lecture at Capilano University in the ’80s resulted in his teaching classes in songwriting, record production, music history & business for three decades, while mentoring recovery groups, playing guitar in church, and keeping his classic cars polished, all amidst Prism’s tour schedule.
Al served as an adjudicator for the Junos and West Coast Music Awards while writing and recording with Jim Vallance, as the two assembled a Prism Greatest Hits Album, this launched a second career for the band, continuing to the present.
He is currently launching the new Al Harlow, NOW! album, an autobiography, and booking this year’s national concert tours.
What people are saying:
“Al Harlow is funny, engaging, endearing, energetic, and supremely talented on guitar and lead vocals. He danced and pranced around the stage as if he was your little brother pretending to rock out in front of a mirror to his favorite tune.