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Alan Tuck and Tim Ransom Are Showing Hunky-Dory Progress as a Pop Duo with the Single ‘You Make Me Crazy’


Alan Tuck and Tim Ransom

The promising pop duo, Alan Tuck and Tim Ransom have become the potent source of entertainment and now they have released another single ‘You Make Me Crazy’.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Fort MacLeod, Jul 15, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The booming artists, Alan Tuck and Tim Ransom have dropped a new single called You Make Me Crazy‘ that has the same magic as their previous hits. The new pop song has created a buzz of a big bang size for the magic they have poured in its eclectic shuffles. The blast of fresh vocals and mellifluous symphonies makes it easier to understand its whizz-bang popularity. The Canadian pop stars have been playing music together for a year now and soon they are about to make a full-length album by the fall.

Alan Tuck and Tim Ransom are two young artists who have built a new world that is bright and colorful with songs that tell a story of love, friendship, and families. They have been the booming duo performers of 2020 with singles like ‘I Give You Love’, ‘Fight For Love’, and ‘Tonight’ that sketch human emotions in different lights. Their music is fizzy and upbeat that is best versed for the summer parties and finding one’s true self. They make the fragile summaries of the songs from their personal moments to make them more heartfelt and natural.

‘You Make Me Crazy’ is a graceful love song that hints how crazy the singer is to vow with the special person. It is a beautiful pop song with delicate words and euphonious melodies that one can easily dedicate to their precious partner to make them head over the heels. They are the veterans of any form of modern music, from jazz to pop, and have already built a strong mainstream audience. Follow them on Spotify to hear all the goodness of their pop songs.

Listen to this Alan Tuck and Tim Ransom’s Spotify track :


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