Allan Soberman

Allan Soberman is a singer/songwriter/musician and cantor’s son based in Toronto, Canada. He started his career as a bassist with many of the folk acts in and around Toronto in the early to mid 1970's. He has accompanied people such as Grammy award winners Dan Hill and Ben Mink, Bill Hughes (of Lazarus), Canadian stalwarts Stringband, Brent Titcomb , Nancy White, Marie-Lynn Hammond and others while touring Canada , the United States and Mexico. He has appeared with acts opening for  Billy Crystal, Billy Joel, Maria Muldaur, Sonny Terry and Brownie Mcghee, Steve Goodman, J.J. Cale , the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Eric Weisberg.  He was a  session vocalist  on recordings and many television and radio commercials. 

Allan had two singles released on Toronto’s Boot Records in the early 1980's  and, during that period,  co-wrote  with many  of Nashville's veteran hit songwriters.   Allan has  worked extensively  with Juno award winning children’s entertainer, Bob Schneider , playing on his  recordings and appearing on TV specials aired in Canada and on PBS in the U.S.

In the year 2001, after completing a tribute compilation CD to his late father, Cantor Morris Soberman, he recorded an entire CD entitled “Searching for My Voice”, setting  Hebrew  prayers that he learned as a child in  unique contemporary settings.   He  then completed a second CD of similar material entitled "The Quest Continues".  A power pop Cd entitled "Hold Tight" was also produced in that time period.

Currently, he is working on a solo bio-musical theater piece , with an opening scheduled for the late spring of 2020.