Andy Fairweather Low first came to prominence as the lead singer of sixties legends Amen Corner, making hits like Bend Me Shape Me and If Paradise is Half As Nice. A hugely successful solo career followed with Wide Eyed And Legless being the biggest international hit from his three solo albums.

One of the most respected musicians in the world, Andy has played guitar with more legendary artists than most people can name – Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, The Band, Roger Waters, and hundreds more.

Andy now tours the world together with his band The Low Riders: Dave Bronze (bass & vocals); Paul Beavis (drums); Nick Pentelow (sax & clarinet); and Richard Milner (organ).

A remarkable band, a remarkable front man.

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Derby Hall @ The Met
From £26 (inc fee)

Met members and supporters: on-sale from 10am Friday 2 April (just login to book online)

General ticket buyers: on-sale from 10am Friday 9 April

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Andy Fairweather Low and the Low Riders

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