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Andrew Leahey & The Homestead

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An acclaimed frontman and lead guitarist whose multi-instrumentalist skills have landed him onstage with Elizabeth Cook, Rodney Crowell, Drew Holcomb, and others, Andrew Leahey saves his best work for his own material.
Albums like 2016's Skyline in Central Time — released by his band, Andrew Leahey & The Homestead, and hailed by everyone from 'Rolling Stone' to 'Billboard' — are blasts of classic-minded, modern American rock & roll, with detail-rich songwriting and anthemic melodies rooted in the influence of Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen. Produced by Wilco's co-founder, Ken Coomer, and released by the celebrated roots-rock label Thirty Tigers, Skyline in Central Time was written during Leahey's long recovery from a brain operation that saved his life. The result is an epic, open-armed album about what it means to be alive, led by the Top 50 Americana radio single Little in Love
'We Came Here to Run' is Leahey's upcoming record, written during a busy period that found the road warrior playing 175 shows a year. Produced by multi-platinum studio guru Paul Ebersold, the album features a number of Nashville-area guests, including Steelism's rhythm section and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit's Sadler Vaden. Leahey remains in the driver's seat, though, steering his way through a tracklist whose songs tell the story of a young adulthood spent on the run. It's the kind of American rock & roll record we all need to hear in a post-Tom Petty world — real, relevant, and redemptive.

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