Concert Series starts at the Fernie Arts Station.

Kick start the 2012 Concert Series when singer-songwriter-poet-novelist Andy White takes the stage at The Arts Station.

Andy White is sooo stoked to play.....

Kick start the 2012 Concert Series with the luck of the Irish when singer-songwriter-poet-novelist Andy White takes the stage on Wednesday, January 18 at The Arts Station.

Belfast born and raised, singer-songwriter Andy White carries a 12-string guitar under his arm and wears his particular brand of Irish charm on his sleeve.  With the political edge of Billy Bragg, the romance of David Gray and the Celtic lyricism of the Waterboys, Andy is a fully paid up 21st Century Troubadour (and that’s also the title of his first book, recently published in Ireland to rave reviews.)

White has earned a global following for blending folk and pop stylings with a poet’s sensibility.  Working with the great names of Irish music – Sinead O’Connor, Van Morrison – and writing with the likes of Peter Gabriel and Neil and Tim Finn, he has won Ireland’s top songwriting awards and toured the world many times.

Andy’s latest release ‘Songwriter’ is his tenth studio album.  For more information about Andy White, visit www.andywhite.com.

Have a question or concern about this event or any others happening at The Arts Station?  Call  250-423-4842 or send an email to info@theartsstation.com.

 

 

Catch Andy White on Wednesday, January 18 at 8 p.m at The Arts Station in Fernie.

Members: $20/adults $14/youth

Regular: $25/adults $18/youth

 

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