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. Since then he’s worked with Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, The Who, BB King, Van Morrison, and many more.

For this visit to The Met, Andy’s Low Riders are joined by the Hi Riders Special Soul Review, featuring an extended brass section and Hammond organ.

A remarkable band, a remarkable front man.

Featuring Andy Fairweather Low (guitar and vocals), Dave Bronze (bass and Vocals), Paul Beavis (drums), Nick Pentelow (sax and clarinet), Richard Milner (hammond organ), Pete Cook (baritone sax) and Matt Winch (trumpet).

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Derby Hall
£25

Andy Fairweather Low and the Low Riders

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