Kingsville Folk Festival
Andrew was glad to be invited to play at the First Annual Kingsville Folk Festival, August 8, 9, 10, 2014. As it went over as a great success, he wants to thank the promoters and everyone involved with the festival for making his weekend so enjoyable. He also wants to thank Dale and John, pictured to the left, for playing with him. Last, but certainly not least, Andrew wants to thank all of his fans, both new and old, that came out to watch him perform. Overall, the weekend was a lot of fun, and he got to meet and talk to many amazing different artists from all over Canada and North America.
Andrew is being featured on local online radio station Radio 42 North, a "Pirate" radio station located around Lake St. Clair.
Watch the Let's Go Back Music Video
Andrew has been influenced by Canadian artists such as Great Big Sea, Neil Young, The Tragically Hip and Gordon Lightfoot as well as Jack Johnson, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley and local musicians, Dale Butler and Jody Raffoul.
Having grown up on the back roads of Essex County, between Leamington and Wheatley, he says he plays music because he has to. Having picked up a guitar at age 12, he has yet to set it down.
Andrew enjoys writing songs that greatly reflect his road trips, love, life and travel experiences across Canada. His music is Folk Rock with acoustic guitar in most of his songs.
His first album, including only original songs, titled No Matter Where You Go, There You Are, was released April 20, 2012.
His first true music video, featuring his very own 1964 Chevy Pickup, of the first track on his album, Let's Go Back, debuted on December 29, 2012.