Seattle, Washington, United States
Frank Alan Motley (born 6 September 1979), known by Alan Motley, is a American musician, singer, and songwriter. He is the lead singer and principal songwriter of the band AMP. A student of music theory and composition at Cornish College of The Arts, his interest initially was in writing musical theater. As a multi-instrumentalist, he mainly plays piano and guitar, but also plays synthesizer, bass guitar, and drums among other instruments, and makes use of electronic equipment such as samplers and drum machines. In late 2000 he decided to start music projects based from his interest in music production working with Ironwood Studio in Seattle, WA. Alan Motley Project - AMP was formed. His music styles vary from rock, pop, soul, R&B and jazz.