Alan Riddle’s career began as a disk jockey at WESC in the 1950’s. In 1960 he teamed up with Charles Rush’s Plaid Records label for the single The Moon Is Crying. The Riddle-Rush partnership  next established Kall Records and released Riddle’s next two singles. Riddle produced a handful of country and gospel records and DJ’d at a few local stations after that, but he was never recorded again after his Kall Records releases.