Andy White is a twenty-first century troubadour. From the “electrifying urgency” (fRoots) of first single Religious Persuasion to his latest album The Guilty and The Innocent he is a vital and engaging performer whose rare UK appearances are not to be missed.

The Guilty and the Innocent sees the Belfast singer-songwriter writing about Trump, Grenfell, Jeremy Corbyn, refugees and the Manchester Arena bombing. Agree with it or not, it’s a powerful piece of work.

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Reviews

“One of the finest songwriters of his generation”

Dave Haslam, R2 Magazine

“Breathlessly edgy and somehow heroic”

Colin Irwin, fRoots

“I love this man and his music”

Janice Long, BBC Radio

Andy White

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