Here you can listen, discover stories behind songs, comment, catch the latest news & live dates, buy event tickets and CDs…
A sample of Andy Mayo tracks – click on your choice to listen.
Here are the current dates that you can listen to the music live in 2016 – we’d love to see you!
Jan 3rd – Mostar
Jan 4th – Mostar
Jan 21st – Caterham
Feb 1st – Bournemouth University
Feb 5th – Bournemouth University
Feb 15th – York University
Feb 29th – Manchester University
March 1st – Salford University
March 25 – CH
March 26 – CH
April 4th – AEP Otford
April 10th – Aarhus University
April 11th – Aarhus University
May 14th – Aberdeen
May 15th – Aberdeen
May 18th – Bournemouth University
May 21st – Otford
June 19th – Belgrade
July 3rd – Caterham
August 21st – IFES Otford
September 18th – Landsdowne, Bournemouth
September 21st – Falmouth University
October 3rd – Koper University, Slovenia
October 4th – Maribor University, Slovenia
October 7th – Harrow School
November 7th – Prague
November 8th – Prague
If there are no dates near you, how about booking a solo or band night? It’s easier than you might think… click here to read more!
These songs resonate with a revolutionary story… You see, I have become convinced that there is a God who reaches out towards us. One so magnificent and perfect – unknowable in our natural state – yet One we long to relate with from the depths of our soul… Without His choosing to reach out to us, we would just be left with a dull aching sense that “there must be more”. But He has introduced Himself – He has come here…
These songs are about the touch of Jesus on a person’s life. Many people have caught a glimpse of a cliche, kitsch “Jesus” and dismissed Him, not realising that they are in fact dismissing only a caricature of the real thing.
The aim of these songs is to urge you to look again at Jesus – the real Jesus – and to realise that He claims to be “God here”. More than that, He is “God come to the rescue” to bring us into relationship with Him. He is “God with His arms held open”.
I’ve made a whole site for those who want to think more about this. Originally a page here at Turquoise Tracks, there’s now enough material to warrant its own site: GodOnaTrain.com