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David Sokol, WRSI: “Room for Roots” by Andy May

There are plenty of fine songs on 2016’s “Room for Roots,” and “Haggard and the Queen” feels like a natural for our Sokol Heroes radio show on WRSI, focusing on artists with roots and connections to Western MA. It’s catchy, heartfelt, and tells an engaging true story…. David Sokol on Room for Roots by Andy May

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David Sokol on Andy May

(Andy May’s) distinct style of writing and performing– with a mixture of warmth, sensitivity and good nature– bridges the gap between traditional and contemporary American music with purity and exuberance.

–David Sokol, Editor, “Disney Magazine”


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Andy May at Brigham City Fine Arts Center

Veteran singer/songwriter and champion guitarist Andy May brings his solo show to the Brigham City Fine Arts Center this August. May, who infuses his songwriting and shows with his trademark creativity, humor, and consummate musicianship, has been described as “a troubadour of life” (Walnut Valley Festival). His music embraces styles from blues to Bluegrass, old-time country to contemporary folk, traditional…

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Press Release: Andy May to Play Brigham City, UT, Fine Arts Center

Nashville-based Americana Music original to make solo appearance August 4

Brigham City, Utah (June 16, 2017) – May will appear at the Brigham City Fine Arts Center, Friday, August 4, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 ($10 Seniors $8 Students), and are available online, by phone at (435) 723-0740, and at the door. Doors open at 7:00 pm.

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Andy grew up loving music. As a kid in New York City he sought out the great folk, bluegrass, country, rock and blues artists of his time… just to hear them play and learn from them. He started performing seriously himself in his teens and has continued for over forty years. He’s pretty much played them all…the concert stages, the coffee houses and honky-tonks, internationally known festivals, schools, colleges– and even Carnegie Hall! He’s performed as a soloist, as a band member, and as a band leader.

My goal has always been to connect with an audience and to give them the best music and performance that I am capable of at every engagement– to share my own musical journey and provide an experience that is enriching, fun, and musically satisfying. — Andy

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