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Canterbury University – Gulbenkian Bar

Great to meet some of Canterbury University tonight. Played two sets in the Gulbenkian Bar – good venue, friendly staff and lovely crowd…  Olly Knight had everything sorted: the ultimate agent. The heart of the evening was when Slavko from Bosnia told the story of how his life shifted from organised crime to being engaged in […]

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Southampton

Great to come to sunny Southampton this morning: Sholing Baptist Church. For once, I could bring Faye and the boys with me too…

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Tour Dates 2012

Here is a full listing of live dates for 2012 – we’d love to see you! [google-calendar-events id=”1,” type=”list”]

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Recording the “Sevenoaks Sessions”

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“This is for you…”

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Cross Rhythms Review “This…”

“Wonderfully Produced” “Andy has put together a finely crafted set of songs which speak clearly of the Gospel and relate it to the experience of the man in the street (or the man in the jazz café, in this instance). His careful vocals mean that every word is heard and the diverse musical arrangements – […]

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“This is for you” on iTunes

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Musicians on “This…”

The band line-up on “This is for You” is an exciting combination of exceptional artists – here’s Andy to introduce them: Nick Beston: Saxophones “We met at university while Nick was studying jazz. The first gig I heard him play was on a bus-café we opened in New Cross! It was Nick who one day said, ‘Andy, we should do something […]

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Prison Premiere for Andy Mayo’s CD, “This is for you”

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate release – no champagne and music executives at this surprising CD launch. On the 24th May, the eagerly awaited CD, ‘This is for you’ by the soulful, jazz-blues singer-song writer Andy Mayo will be released. Should we be shocked that this will not be a flashy red carpet affair? The […]

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This is for you – Inlay Introduction

And the crowds are pushing, bustling by: anonymous strangers thronging toward untold destinations – lives in their own personally-contained orbits. Some confused. Some ecstatic. Some limping towards a worrying tomorrow, others striding self-confidently ahead. And the busker-man steps forward. He reaches out to touch your arm – to tear your attention away to another. And […]

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Recording “Dreams of a Homecoming” in the Balkans…

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“Dreams…” – a video introduction

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