Supported by Little Rach
The great man himself returns for a tour to celebrate his 10 CD Box Set which is being released later next year. Both the set and the tour will demonstrate why Andy White remains one of the UK's finest-ever musicians and one of our most celebrated songwriters. Andy now lives in Australia but will be touring with his son Sebastian on drums and outstanding bass player Kat Ades.
Andy continues to fill venues around the world with his winning personality and high energy stage performances. In 2012 Andy published the brilliant '21st Century Troubadour' - an often hilarious account of life on the road for the travelling musician. To accompany the book launch he also released a double CD of the same name - one CD an impeccable retrospective featuring great songs such as 'Berlin 6am' and 'Italian Girls on Mopeds' and the other a selection of spoken segments from the book. In 2013 he released a brand new studio album 'How Things Are' - a brave record of a disintegrating marriage - and it could well be his best yet. Certainly one of our national treasures.
'I love it all: I love his honesty, his humour, his imagination, his music-making and (most of all) his poet's way with words.' No Depression 2014
Little Rachhas been described as 'A wee folkie with a punk spirit' and 'Like Joni Mitchell meets Pam Ayres, via Johnny Cash.' With her a beautifully pure voice and a true sensibility for live performance, her songs will make you laugh, cry, and wonder.
This event was due to take place at The Met but due to our refurbishment will now take place at The Fusilier Museum. For more information please click here
Please note that this event takes place not at The Met but at The Fusilier Museum, Bury →