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“My Dad” – Free Download for Memorial Day

Thank You to Our Veterans!

In honor of his dad, Herb, his uncles, Morty May and Phil Licht, and all the others who have served in our nation’s armed forces throughout history, Andy is offering free downloads of his song, My Dad, this Memorial Day.

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Andy’s Music on YouTube

February 20, 2017

CD Baby is having technical difficulties today, so it seemed like a good time for a post accessing Andy’s music on YouTube! For each album, you can view the track list by clicking the menu icon in the upper left-hand corner.

Room for Roots     Retroflections     Endless Possibilities     Dance of Life     ….

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Cambridge, MA

A friend and I loaded up a truck and moved our stuff to Cambridge, MA. Cambridge had a reputation as a more laid back music town than New York, and a place where great music was also happening. My buddy, Rick Lee, had wanted me to move there for some time. …I played music gigs at night and on weekends and worked many different jobs during the days….

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“Bluegrass Now:” “Blackberry Jam” by Andy May

…I thoroughly enjoyed this fine CD. The music is all original, well written, and fresh. Andy’s vocals are clear and clean and he is an excellent guitar player as well. One cut, “Little Bird,” I especially enjoyed features Andy playing some fine finger-style guitar with a banjo-like roll. “Blackberry Jam” is compelling, fresh music.

— JP, Bluegrass Now

 

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Walnut Valley Festival: ‘Blackberry Jam” by Andy May

Andy May is no high lonesome singer. He has a graceful baritone and an easygoing manner. But make no mistake. The man appreciates bluegrass, and he proves it …on the new CD “Blackberry Jam.“…In addition to the bluegrass celebrations, Andy May and co-writer Lauren May mix healthy doses of the introspective and the inspirational. …Rounding out the release are some lighthearted songs, including the honkytonk shouter “I Think I’ll Move” and the wry diner ballad “Stan”.

–Seth Bate, Walnut Valley Festival program

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