I wrote this song in the mid-80’s, when I lived in western Massachusetts, to perform at a fundraising event for hunger relief with my band, Atlantic Express. Later on, we recorded it and I released it on my 3rd album, Gentle Breeze, a cassette release.
A few years later, when I was living in northern Colorado, “Love, Turn a Heart Around” was used as the theme song for a United Way fundraising drive that brought in a million dollars for…(See credits, lyrics…)
The first Swift River Music CD release of Andy May, MaySongs contains 15 original Andy May songs– several co-written with his wife, Lauren. The CD has a contemporary acoustic feel, with shades of rock, country, folk and bluegrass.
Andy May dishes up comfort food for the soul with his 2005 release, Café Americana. Containing 14 new original songs, Café Americana continues Andy’s tradition of CDs packed with enjoyable songs that have depth, heart, and (often) a sense of humor, and are presented with excellent musicianship and beautiful, clean production. Solidly Americana, this CD lays out a smorgasbord of country, bluegrass, and folk-flavored acoustic treats cooked up and served by a seasoned performer and his five-star band.
Endless Possibilities, Andy’s latest CD, is a collection of thirteen original songs — it’s quintessential Andy May.
For Endless Possibilities, Andy dug down into his songwriting catalog for some old tunes, like Noah and Curtains Made of Rain and added them to a bunch of newer pieces and songs, like Old Dog and So-‘n’-So, written with his wife, Lauren LeCroy May. Joining Andy on these tracks are some truly great players—some of the finest on the planet— including legendary pedal steel guitarist, Hal Rugg, to whose memory the CD is dedicated.