INTRODUCING ANDREW BLACK… THE VOICE OF ATLANTA!
“Oh my God! Why have I never even heard of this guy
before? The guy’s phenomenal! This guy’s talented. Period.”
- Howard Leese (Guitarist - Heart and The Paul Rodgers Band)
Arriving on the blues scene in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, in 1999, singer and guitarist Andrew Black earned instant recognition with his release of the Luther Allison song "Cherry Red Wine".
They started playing it on a local radio station called WRFG and it quickly became the number one requested song, remaining there for 16 weeks. After that, you couldn't fit another soul in the clubs where Andrew played…
With a powerful, soulful voice to die for and funky guitar
chops to match, Black is an awesome performer, both live and on record and still
regularly packs venues back in Atlanta.
Now, with the support and endorsement of friends and admirers including Paul Rodgers fan club supremo Lucy Piller, British rock guitar giant Phil Hilborne and Brit bluesmen Robin Bibi and Tim Aves, he is now, finally, bidding for wider recognition with his first UK tour.
“Andrew Black is one of those local treasures who make Atlanta such a great music town, but he is too good to remain a secret for long…. Black has an uncommonly soulful voice and knows how to treat a song.” - Rob Johnson, Hittin' the Note Magazine