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Alan Ross Haynes "Mr. Johnson"
Mr. Johnson
  • Performed By: Alan Ross Haynes
  • Album: Out of Hand
  • Album UPC: 889211415496
  • Album ID: alanrosshaynes2
  • Label: Alan Ross Haynes
  • CD Baby Account: CDB00062253
  • CD Baby Track ID: TR0001310168
  • ISRC: uscgh1598495
  • Released: 02/01/15

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This is country folk, rockabilly, folk rock,and Americana with an outlaw, over the line flavor, with original lyrics intensely expressed by a seasoned songwriter and performer.


Alan Ross Haynes: Out of Hand
I’m Alan Ross Haynes.
“Out of Hand” is my fourth full length album. It is Americana, with rockabilly, country folk, folk rock, some off-beat humor, as well as 3 subtly Spiritual songs. The other 12 cover many subjects, from first love to the death penalty, from funny songs about the beach and breakups to some unusual looks at homicide and aging.
Above all, “Out of Hand” is intense and unique, acoustic in flavor yet with full instrumental arrangements.


“Mr. Johnson” recorded at Haynes Studios, Clearwater, FL.
All others recorded at Mooney Studios, St. Petersburg, FL
Mixed by: Alan Ross Haynes, Haynes Studios, Clearwater, FL.
Mastered by: Mark Dann, Mark Dann Recording
Engineers: Alan Ross Haynes, Matthew Haynes, Dave Mooney
Artwork by: Aaron Haynes, Indian Trails, NC
Alan Ross Haynes, Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, other
Guest Musician: Dave Mooney, fiddle, “Glad You’re Gone”
Special thanks to Mark Dann for his wizardry in re-mixing and mastering these songs.
….and to my son, Matt Haynes, for his steadfast support from the very beginning of my recording efforts and projects. Thanks always to Sue Kroupa Riley for her encouragement and tutelage in performing and recording throughout the years.

Alan Ross Haynes: Biography
Alan Ross Haynes was born long, long ago on a faraway planet to extraterrestrial bipeds who constantly filled their home with a spectrum of sounds made on an ancient machine that caused discs to make music while rotating in a circular motion.
Some of Alan’s highlights:
. Alan's song "Disaster on Wheels" was featured on the all-time favorite NPR show, "Car Talk".
. His song "Back In Vietnam" was chosen and was released in the compilation “Next Stop Is Vietnam” on the Bear Family Records label. Other artists on the release include Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Seeger, Country Joe and the Fish, and many others.
. "Faith In You", a high energy New Thought Christian song is heard on the compilation album and found in the song book "Spirit Is Joy, New Songs for New Thought Worship", published by the Association of Unity Churches. His songs "In Advance" and "Prayer First" (Co-written and recorded with the multi-talented Sue K. Riley) are recommended in new Thought resource texts.
. Numerous songs written and recorded by Alan appear in compilations on the Roadshow Records label
. His music has been featured on broadcast radio shows from New York to Massachusetts to Oklahoma to the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, and Belarus. He has been featured on innumerable internet radio stations.
Alan writes, performs, and records Country Folk, Rockabilly, Bluegrass, Folk Rock, and New Thought Christian music. He recorded 3 full- length, mastered, professional CDs; 4 singles; and over 100 demos. He is a composer, performer, recording artist, studio musician, and guitar/ vocal teacher. He performs on guitar, vocals, harmonica, and bass, and is adding banjo and keyboards to his repertoire.
Alan began playing the trumpet at age 10, the guitar at age 11; added baritone and tuba, and started singing in church choirs as a young teenager. He took private lessons and performed in state competitions. He began taking music conducting classes and music theory classes in junior high and high school , where he also sang in the concert choir and a madrigal group. Alan wrote his first song at the age of 15, a blues song about excessive tv viewing. A folk rock spiritual followed. He’s been writing ever since, including a nationally nominated journalism essay in high school; an internationally published botany/pathology treatise on parasitic vines; and numerous published songs.
He formed a folk group at Leto High School that performed in central Florida and on local television programs. He performed with his brother Charlie and in folk rock groups in the 1970s and 1980s. He performed from 2000-2006 with the Clearwater Unity Band; in NY 2006-2007 with Holland, Haynes, Thompson, and Tooch; in 2007 -2008 as the duo, Holland and Haynes; and in 2009 as the director of the Unity Church of Charlotte, NC.; from 2014-2015,he led the music program at Unity of Lake Norman in Cornelius, NC, where he also often performs solos as the special music.
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