Allan Coelho

Allan Coelho is a Canadian composer, songwriter, and was a member for the Hi-NRG band, Tapps. Allan resides in Mississauga, Ontario and is tours with Tapps now and then.

Coelho has sold over 15 million records. He has to his credit 28 platinums and a Latino grammy for best Production (and also remixed two Michael Jackson songs off the thriller album). Coelho is one of the co-founders of High energy music with his band member Tony Dacosta.

Coelho was born in Praia da Vitória, Portugal. He moved to Canada at the age of four. During grade school, he met producers Tony DaCosta and Paul Silva. In 1982 they formed Tapps

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