Looking forward to heading home then the great beyond

I am heading home to Hartlepool this week to play a gig for the first time in 6 months. My neck has been my major reason for not trying to play the guitar, but I  been working hard the past few weeks to make my hand and neck strong enough to play the start of our tour. This gig will see just Janet and I take to the stage, with a blend of some of my old tracks, some tracks off the Steetley album and a new track or two off the album I am working on for release in New York later in the year.

I am also delighted to be working with the Reverend Moose and his team at The Syndicate, with their help I can see brighter things on the horizon and I may finally reach my goal of a life in LA. I am yet to hear from Hans Zimmer yet, but could still use a vote or two by clicking the link HERE. A vote from you would be greatly appreciated and I always welcome feedback on my compositions so feel free to leave a comment on the site or get back to me here.

I hope you are going to be able to catch me playing over the coming months, we will be in Belfast in April and Lancashire in May, with a visit to London thrown in along the way. Keep a check here, where I will be releasing info when its confirmed. We are also launching a Kickstarter campaign, where you can help create something special and very ambitious. More on that in a week or two.

I hope everyone has a great St Patricks Day, It’s my birthday and although it now fills me with dread, I am going to make sure I try and enjoy it.

If you are coming to Hartlepool, we have a surprise or two to keep you on your toes.

Author: Andy Oliver

I hail from a little town in the north east of England called Hartlepool, famed for its monkey hanging past and its friendly folk. I have been making music over the past few years and have had a fair amount of success, since packing in the demon drink. Its this battle that has been helped by music and by the people who have stood by me. I am forever grateful for their support and I hope you see something in my music, that they have!