Allan Moarywaalla Barker (1942–2003), known as Black Allan Barker, is a singer and songwriter from Port Hedland. He described his music as "Aboriginal grassroots blues". Barker was a co-founder (with Gordon Mutch) of Greenpeace Australia. Barker only recorded one album, 1983's Fire Burning (Abmusic). "Black Al" was well known for his performing in Sydney's Central Station tunnel in 1991 where he sang in language whilst his son Alan Jr accompanied him on didgeridoo. Barker spent some time in Nimbin during the 1990s and was involved with local Aboriginal youth in cultural and musical pursuits.
14.06.2012 [Horncastle News] - Together with a band of willing volunteers, they reported to the Allan Barker Field at the crack of dawn to begin preparations for the big day. Thanks to their efforts, there were almost too many stalls and stands to mention. Everyone enjoyed the event