Resources
Related Pages
Pages (100+)
See More >
Mentions
See More >
Helpful Services
Alan Myers (Photo by Richard Creamer/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
Add a memory or condolence to the guest book
If you need help finding the right words, view our suggested entries for ideas.

Back to Personal Message


Add a photo to your message (optional)
Preview Entry
December 04, 2016

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed. Legacy.com reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling.

Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Select up to 10 photos to add to the photo gallery.

Select a candle
*Please select a candle
Preview Entry
December 04, 2016

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed. Legacy.com reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling.

Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
 Memories & Condolences
This Guest Book will remain online permanently.
June 28, 2013
You will be missed:(
June 28, 2013
Rest in Peace, Alan! Thanks for the music,
June 28, 2013
Rock on Brother! The best Devo Drummer.
June 28, 2013
To Alan and the Myers family,

As a music fan, artist, and lifelong Devo fan, my deepest condolences. You have lost what seems to be a great son and father. Of all the members of Devo, Alan earned my greatest degree of personal respect. He had a keen and deep commitment to excellence in his craft and the curiosity and desire to experiment with it. When Devo began substituting computer drums for Alan's drumming and using basic beats instead of more complex rhytms, Alan displayed a commendable degree of personal and artistic integrity by leaving. By being a regular guy devoting his time toward raising his daughter and studying philosopy while avoiding fame, he showed humility and intelligence. The experimental music he played in Skyline Electric, Swahili Blonde, and Jean-Paul Yamomoto was more interesting than most of the music Devo had put out since 1983, I admist as a Devo fan. Alan was too underrated. It was his drumming that added the structure and propulsive force to Devo's music. Without him, there would not have been the first three albums. Whip It, their greatest hit, consisted primarily of Alan's musclework and passion. Alan should should be seen as an example of how to be an great artist and a great person.
Add a memory or condolence