The latest tour poster for Tamworth 2015.
Andy Baylor has opted not to play the glamour card. His blues is poetry of the back verandah kind, citing John Lee Hooker above John Donne, with a come-as-you-are feel set to the rhythm of the Melbourne suburbs. His decades of experience are evident not in precision licks but in a relaxed right hand, subtle […]
Somewhat surprisingly, this is the great Andy Baylor’s first full blues album. Sure blues has been an integral part of everything Baylor has played from country to Cajun to western swing and jazz. But maybe it took a life-threatening illness (Baylor was recovering from chemotherapy whilst making this record) to turn Baylor’s full attention to […]
Like many of the finest things in life, Andy Baylor’s new record takes it’s time to reveal its many delights. What at first seems a record of simple dignity gradually emerges as emotionally complex and full of quiet passion.A funny little song in which the poor sod singing knows his girl is about to dump […]