“Room for Roots” Released: New Music from Andy!

Containing 12 original songs, two Carter family titles, and a bonus track narration of a retold folk tale, Room for Roots is a project you can immerse yourself in. Featuring some of Nashville’s finest musicians and singers (Maura O’Connell, Dan Dugmore, “Jellyroll” Johnson, Kenny Malone, and more), Room for Roots embraces a wide range of styles and moods, providing plenty to catch you ear musically. The project showcases Andy’s songwriting, and the stories he tells are as varied as the musical styles and textures he uses to tell them. This is a great album for those who like

to really listen to their music. Free Track: Download At the Fork in the Road for free (Limited time offer!)  Read More about this project.

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Room for Roots Release Party at the Station Inn

Station Inn, Nashville, TN. September 1, 2016.  Official release party for Andy’s 2016 CD, Room for RootsIt was a great night with a cast of thousands: Andy on guitar(s), Maura O’Connell, Jennifer O’Brien, Odessa Settles, and Nellen Dryden on vocals, Tony Paoletta on pedal steel, Kenny Malone on percussion…

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Same Ol’ Blues

©Andy May, (Swift River Music/BMI)

Behind the Song

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My Small Town

©Andy May, Lauren LeCroy May, Brycen Fast (Swift River Music/BMI)

Andy: What a gift it is when you find yourself in a good place among good people. A line in this song inspired the project’s title. (more to come…)

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The Woman in the Wings

©Andy May, Lauren LeCroy May, James Heffernan (Swift River Music)

Andy:  Many folks ask me if this song is about my mom. As I started to write it, I surely was inspired by her example. Then, Lauren LeCroy May added her wise touch to the lyric, and Jim Heffernan brought some good insight, as well. When the song was complete, I felt like we had created something that not only honored my mom but also made a statement about all people who encourage good things in the lives of those around them. Their encouragement lives on long after it is given.    (… more, credits, lyrics)

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