Andrew Roachford Music

Andrew Roachford

  • Date

    Sunday 06 March 2016

  • venue

    The Lemon Tree

  • time

    Doors 7.30pm

  • age

    Adults, Teens

  • price

    £16.50 inc. bf

  • genre

    Music

Andrew Roachford is back with a stunning new album ‘Encore’, set for release on February 2016. This powerfully emotive and soulful album brilliantly showcases Andrew’s unique song Interpretation of some classic tracks and brings a fresh take in a way only he can.

Andrew explains that “Growing up surrounded with Jazz and Soul, and working in the studio with The Clash as a teenager” gave him an incredible grounding in music.  “I’ve never categorized music, I listen to music that moves me…. and that’s what inspires my writing”.

The past three years have seen Andrew co-writing and touring with Mike and the Mechanics while also enjoying film success by the way of having his song “Cuddly Toy” placed in the movie “Alpha Papa”

The ‘Encore’ album contains what Andrew does best. Working with a full live band to capture the powerful performance that Andrew is so well known for with simply stunning results. Andrew says, “Simplicity is the key”.  Stand out tracks such as Sly stone’s ‘Family Affair’, with it’s honest production, and the uplifting version of the Bill Withers classic ‘Grammas’ Hands”’ with its heart rending lyrics perfectly showcase Andrew’s vocal performance, the sound of an artist on top of his game.

Taking the old and reinventing it to new are a core theme of the ‘Encore’ album, “This album showcases some of the songs that have fired me up over the years to become a performer and to look, to bring the magic in every show I play” Andrew explains “I once read that a sign of a good singer wasn’t just about ability but more importantly about someone that when they sang you believe every word ”.

The release of the ‘Encore’ album coincides with a UK and European tour that kicks off in March in the UK and sees Andrew Roachford on the road - a truly unique and electrifying performer and artist.


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