Andy May - Room for Roots

Life’s a Gig

©Andy May (Swift River Music/BMI)

I have watched as a remarkable group of folks my age and older (some of whom I am lucky enough to call friends) navigate the challenges of life and the marketplace and live life fully. “My old friend” in this song is really a mix of a bunch of folks: Men and women I know or have observed who have impressed me over the last few years. With age has come wisdom and humility, and their music has stayed fresh and fun.  —AM  (… more, credits, lyrics)

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Andy May - Room for Roots

“At the Fork in the Road”

©Andy May (Swift River Music/BMI)

Andy: This started out as a sketch I wrote about a move I had made out to Colorado many years ago. The sketch became a song about losing and starting over again, and a tribute to a time, a place, and the people who helped me learn to turn things around for the better. About keeping the faith – and your sense of humor – even when plans change.  (…lyrics, credits)

 
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Andy May - Room for Roots

Comeback

©Andy May (Swift River Music/BMI) Behind the Song Andy: Everybody needs a comeback now and then. Listen Credits: Andy May – Acoustic & electric lead & back-up guitar, Lead and backup vocals Dan Dugmore – Pedal Steel Guitar Kirk “Jelly Roll” Johnson – Harmonica Kenny Malone – Percussion Rodger Morris – Piano Jeremy Shearer – Bass Odessa Settles – Backup Vocals…

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In the Studio with Andy May: The Making of an Album

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