Coco Love Alcorn

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Coco Love Alcorn

Coco Love Alcorn is a Canadian pop and jazz singer. The daughter of jazz singer John Alcorn, she released her debut album in 1995. She subsequently toured as an opening act for Burton Cummings, Chantal Kreviazuk, Jesse Cook and Ani DiFranco, and performed on some Lilith Fair dates.

She is also a frequent backing vocalist for 54-40, and her music frequently appears on television series The Dead Zone and The L Word.

Coco Love is an avid cyclist, and has written several songs inspired by bicycling and her bicycles.[1]

Coco Love Alcorn and Simon Farla became the parents of Eloise Love Farla[2] on 14 September 2010.


  1. ^ "Coco Love Alcorn is Sweet on Cycling". Retrieved October 1, 2011. 
  2. ^ "It's A Girl For Coco Love and Simon". Retrieved October 1, 2011. 


  • Coco Love Alcorn (1995)
  • Happy Pockets (1997)
  • 7 Coco Songs (2005)
  • Sugar (2006)
  • Coco Love Solo (2007)
  • Joyful (2009)
  • Play (2011)

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