My new CD is here!

Streetlights has 16 tracks of all-instrumental music with lush arrangements of piano, orchestra, keyboards and guitars.  There are 13 original pieces of music plus his own arrangements of three timeless classics; "Caledonia", "The Parting Glass" and "The Water Is Wide".

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November 2018:  Alan's song, Waiting For The Sun, was one of ten finalists in the "23rd Annual USA Songwriting Competition" in the Children's song category.”

— 2018 USA Songwriting Competition

From CS in Munich, Germany: In my opinion this is one of the best CDs you have ever recorded.  The sound, the lyrics – I love everything especially these two songs:  Track 2, Don’t Turn Around – this reminds me on your last days as my boss!  You left Germany, you left the company and your team and you didn’t turn around. Track 10, I Forgot To Breathe – this song is so emotional and it touches me. This girl must be so lucky that this wonderful song is dedicated to her. (Alan says: You might have guessed that I know "CS" very well!  We worked in the same team for seven years when I lived in Munich.  Thank you "CS", I really appreciate this.)”

— Review of "Endless Summer"

Alan's song, You're My Perfect Day, was a semi-finalist in the prestigious "USA Song of the Year" contest in 2013.  Here's what the judges said: "The Song of the Year contest has awarded Alan Jarvis the Semi-Finalist placement in the song contest.  "Song of the Year" receives entries from all over the world and only the top songwriters receive a Semi-Finalist placement the songwriting competition."  Click here for the announcement: In 2013, for the second year in a row, one of Alan's songs was voted runner-up at the "USA Song of the Year" competition.  The song is You're My perfect Day is included for the first time on Alan's 2015 CD release, Endless Summer.  In 2012, the title song from his CD Forever was also a runner-up in the contest. More information at: ”

— USA Song of the Year Contest (2013)

Here's what Skope Magazine says about Alan's CD, Forever.  "Easy listening fans would appreciate the sound, melody and lyrical matter of Forever.  The production is well done and shows that Jarvis has pecked his way through his software.  It is cleanly produced and pristine without sounding like a heavy-handed approach was used on post-production.  For fans of the genre, feel free to consume en masse." ” - Christopher West

Skope Magazine reviews "Forever"

The title song from Alan's CD, Forever, was awarded the "Runner Up" placement in the prestigious "USA Song of the Year Contest" in 2012. Click here to see more:'s what the judges said about the song:  "The 'Runner Up' placement shows that Forever received extremely high scores and was found to be competitive with the winning songs. Only the top writers receive this placement." ”

— USA Song of the Year Contest (2012)

Review by A&R dept of A&R Select, West Hollywood, CA Alan Jarvis may call this "squishy" but it sure sounds sharp to us. Deep in the fun-rock vein of Steve Miller "Moonlight Everywhere" starts guitar happy on "No Sitting Down", a blast with bar-band vibe. Other highlights are the surprising "The End"  and the softly bouncy "How In Love We Used to Be". Aesthetically the only issue is the black and white CD cover which is rather hard to read. A minor speed bump, though, on a long road of nicely crafted music.” - A&R Select, West Hollywood, California

— A&R Select, California Reviews Moonlight Everywhere (2011)

Talented singer/songwriter/musician, Alan Jarvis, releases another wonderful Adult Contemporary CD, "Moonlight Everywhere".  Jarvis is certainly a one man band as he not only wrote this entire album, but he also sings and performs all instruments on it.    Jarvis also mixes up the styles on his album as you will hear ballads, instrumentals, and even Pop/Dance grooves.  Starting up the album, the song, "No Sitting Down", catches your ears with its bouncy beat and fun loving lyrics.  The instrumental, "Time Machine", has a soothing melodic melody that flows with a magical tonality.  The title track, "Moonlight Everywhere", swirls with surgery vocals and charming lyrics.  The instrumental, "Clouds", is a beautiful ballad featuring Jarvis deftly playing the soft and delicate piano with an emotive ambiance while the angelic strings gently cascade around the sweet melody.  If you are looking for easy listening music that is fresh and original, then you will thoroughly enjoy the fantastic songs on the album, "Moonlight Everywhere". (5 out of 5 stars).” - Diane and the Reviewer Team

RadioIndy Review - Moonlight Everywhere (2011)