Posted: Wednesday, October 2, 2019. 2:28 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Belizean saxophonist, Allan Martin McCoy known on stage as ‘Di Real McCoy’ is planning to release his 2nd album in 2020.
The album will be entitled “D Real McCoy Does It Again”.
It will include 14 tracks with more English than Spanish tracks.
“I want to send a huge shout-out to Dale Davis for the recordings and I am here to make the crowd feel good,” McCoy told BBN.
Some of the track features are ‘New kid in town’, ‘Lady in red’, ‘Ya no te vayas’ , ‘Hello’, ‘Uptown girl’ among others.
Allan has developed a lifelong passion and love for music.
In 2011, Allan participated in Open Your Eyes Summerfest Kids Concert doing Lord Rhaburn’s hit song “Yo Baan Deh” with all the other performers.
Allan was formally trained to play saxophones by Chris Bradshaw of Wesley College Music Class in 2013.
McCoy began playing for the Gwen Lizarraga High School’s Marching Band and remained there until his departure in May 2015 as the saxophone player.
In November of that same year, McCoy made his first debut at the Saving Ashley fashion show to raise funds for a patient who was diagnosed with cancer.
Since then, McCoy has grown to be a well-known saxophone musician performing all over Belize for events.
In July 2017, Allan became a member of the Associations for Belizean artists first and has since been performing also at school events.
This year, he performed at the Miss Las Flores pageant at the Corozal Queen of the Bay pageant.
Allan continues to promote his talent throughout Belize.
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