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Earl Loar
NEWS   Just recorded a philosophical awareness song called "How Many Chances". I'm working on a exclusive CD titled "Special Days". Songs on the album include "Happy Birthday Baby", "Happy Mother's Day", "Congratulations" (for high school, college or trade school graduation (great song for high school and college bands)). Music score of "Congratulations" available.
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play hi-fi  Breakin' Br (A).mp3
play hi-fi  Back To The Country
play hi-fi  OLD COWBOY (A)
play hi-fi  COME SAIL WITH ME
play hi-fi  One Flag of Freedom.MP3
play hi-fi  Another Rose (A)
play hi-fi  Congratulations
play hi-fi  The Froggy Song
Earl Loar is a singer and songwriter who composes country, folk, soft rock, pop and children's music.
Why this name?
I was born with it. That's my name!
Do you play live?
I do play live at coffee shops and songwriter clubs.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The Internet and MP3 files has changed the music industry 10-fold. You can get the songs right now. It's the future! Anything digital is the future!
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Depends on who and what they want. I guarantee what I have.
Band History:
EarL Loar was born and raised in Newark Ohio. In high school, he developed a love of music that led to him joining the choir, ‘The Boy’s Double Quartet,’ and eventually entering a solo contest where he won 1st prize. Earl’s professional music interest began during the “Elvis Era.” He was a member of a Country/Rock group called “The Triumphs.” This group appeared at many high school hops, as well as a three-year stint on “Gene Fullen’s Canteen” on WTVN-TV in Columbus, Ohio. The Triumphs eventually disbanded, but that didn’t keep Earl from writing songs. He continued to hone his craft; and his talent soon shined through with a touching song called “A Child I’ve Never Seen,” which was recorded and released in Nashville, Tennessee during the Vietnam era. After 20 plus years of traveling and late nights at clubs, Earl got burnt out and laid his weary guitar to rest for 10 years. His passion for music was rekindled in 1997 when he joined the “Songwriter’s and Poets Critique” in Grove City. Ohio. Earl Loar is back now, stronger than ever. He has been working diligently on his songwriting career, and has created his own children’s book with a CD entitled “Kids at Heart” and “Karaoke,” and compiled a CD titled “Special Days” which features his patriotic song called “One Flag of Freedom.” All this considered however, it is not Earl’s experience or accomplishments that should impress you. It is his genuine spirit and sincere passion that are conveyed through his performances. He is truly an entertainer and a joy to watch. If you are looking for a true writing talent and singer, look no further than: EARL LOAR PUBLISHING/bmi, 2556 Dolores Drive, Grove City, Oh 43123 PH & FX 614-875-5954 earlloar@yahoo.com
Your influences?
My musical influences are clear back to Elvis, Marty Robbins,... I mostly influence myself by listening, reading and always observing and studying.
Favorite spot?
Equipment used:
I use an acoustic guitar and harmonica.
Anything else...?
I try to keep abreast of the trends, yet I am still going to write my way. I really enjoy helping others that are songwriters or in any other phase of the music business. This includes merchandising and marketing.