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Arrows 1974, L-R: Paul Varley, Alan Merrill, Jake Hooker.Alan Merrill performing at Japan Day NYC May 14th 2017 in Central Park. Alan Merrill at the Duo Music Exchange Tokyo, April 26th 2017. Photo by Naoko ShikaiAlan Merrill (with guitar) guesting on Troma Film's Alan Merrill (photo right) with his band the Arrows and singer/actress Suzi Quatro on tour in Berlin Germany 1974.Alan Merrill (photo left) with his band the Arrows in England 1975. Mates magazine UK.The Andy Troy show, season 2. Filmed Nov. 2017. Left to right: Alan Merrill, George Cameron, Marge Raymond, Andy Troy.Alan Merrill with Janique Svedberg and Cheryl Lee Poirier (The Coconuts) on the TV show Radio Gomen ごめん ラジオ, January 1990, Osaka Japan.Alan Merrill (left) on Radio Gomen (ごめん ラジオ) television show, January 1990, Osaka Japan.Alan Merrill filming scenes from Alan Merrill solo album on Polydor records 1985.Alan Merrill in Tokyo 1973 when he was the lead singer of the popular band Vodka Collins in JapanAlan Merrill in Tokyo 1973 when he was the lead singer of the popular band Vodka Collins in JapanAlan Merrill in Tokyo 1973 when he was the lead singer of the popular band Vodka Collins in JapanAlan Merrill in Tokyo 1973 when he was the lead singer of the popular band Vodka Collins in JapanAlan Merrill singing on his weekly TV program the Arrows show 1976 (ITV/Granada)Alan Merrill on BBC's Top Of The Pops performing the Arrows hit single Alan Merrill 1975, London EnglandAlan Merrill 1974Lead singer of the Japanese/American band Vodka Collins Alan Merrill in an advert for Royal Amplifiers in Music Star magazine Japan, 1972.Alan Merrill in a Tokai guitar advert, 1983.Alan Merrill in a Tokai guitar ad, 1983.Arrows show cast and crew after filming weekly TV series one. Arrows lead singer Alan Merrill in white Kimono top.Alan Merrill, actor in HBO's Encyclopedia Brown, 1988.Arrows 1976 L-R: Paul Varley, Jake Hooker, Alan Merrill. Hosts of the Granada/ITV television show Alan Merrill interviewed on BBC4's show Alan Merrill portrait. London England, November 8, 2013.Alan Merrill portrait. London England, November 8, 2013.Arrows lead singer Alan Merrill performing his 1975 top 30 UK chart hit Alan Merrill (Arrows) singing his 1975 UK chart top 30 hit single TV TV TV Arrows show, Granada ITV season one 1976. Alan Merrill sings to the audience.Alan Merrill (right) with Hall and Oates at the Palladium venue, New York City, King Biscuit Flower Hour show, 1982.Alan Merrill, the poster boy for the Cool Elegance campaign in Japan 1969. There was a TV commercial that aired often along with a large number of print press and poster ads.Alan Merrill introducing guest Marc Bolan (T.Rex) in the Arrows Show, weekly series 2, 1976. Granada - ITV England.Alan Merrill as a guest on the TV series Never Mind The Buzzcocks, BBC Two, UK. Sept 24, 2002.Alan Merrill (in white) was a frequent guest on the popular TV show Young 720, Tokyo Japan, which aired on on the TBS channel. This performance was August 23, 1970. Here Alan is backed by the band the Rock Pilots.Alan Merrill (center) in a unique acting role on the popular TV series Alan Merrill, Arrows lead singer, photo center. The Arrows Show (UK) series 2, 1976. Alan Merrill, Arrows lead singer. The Arrows Show (UK) Granada ITV series 1, 1976. Alan Merrill promotional photo, Atlantic Records Japan, 1970. Alone In Tokyo LP promo photo.Alan Merrill at the New York Songwriter's Circle at the Bitter End venue in NYC. Sept. 2009.Alan Merrill promotional photo, Atlantic records Japan 1970.Alan Merrill (right) with Meat Loaf, live at Wembley. London England 1987.Alan Merrill performing on the Hiroshi Oguchi and Alan Merrill ad for Nikka whisky, 1990. Japan.
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Biography

Alan Merrill is the singer and songwriter of the original version of the 1975 Arrows version of the classic song "I love rock n roll". The song has since been covered by Joan Jett and Britney Spears. Alan Merrill started his career as a foreign domestic pop-star in the Japanese market, and was based in Tokyo. He was the first foreign artist to ... See full bio »
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