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Alan Morse
Alan MorseAlan Morse provided guitar effects and solos for the finale “Flight II”.

Alan is best known as the guitarist and co-founder, along with his brother recording artist Neal Morse, for the critically acclaimed progressive rock band Spock's Beard.  He is married to Kathryn Morse (Owner/CEO of Heirloom Wooden Toys) and has two children, Julia and John. 

Alan has recorded with many artists including Chad & Jeremy, Spencer Davis, Neal Morse, and Ryo Okumoto (Spock's Beard keyboardist).  Along with the guitar, he sings and plays the Theremin, the cello, musical saw, keyboards, drums, bass & bouzouki.  Unusual for a rock guitar player, Morse does not use a pick.  His first solo album, “Four O'Clock & Hysteria”, was released on April 24, 2007 on InsideOut Music.

Spock's Beard has released nine full-length studio CDs plus a number of live CDs and EPs, videos, DVDs, and rarities collections.  Their tenth studio album, "X", was release in May 2010 and another live album, “The X Tour LIVE”, is scheduled for release on February 13th, 2012.

Alan came up with the name for the band after a particularly wild party where he remarked to his brother, "It's almost as if we were in an alternate universe, like that one episode of Star Trek where Spock had a beard.  Wouldn't that be a cool name for a band?  Spock's Beard?"  Then, when it came time to choose a name for the band, Alan made a list of over 100 names and threw “Spock's Beard” in on the end as a joke … and the band chose it.

Regarding AIRS, Alan says:

"Bring it on! I want to hear it!"
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