Andy's upcoming solo debut is about to land a double punch: winning a whole new audience while delighting his existing legion of fans. Andy has finished writing and recording his album in both Nashville and Minneapolis, crafting an album that speaks of his affinity with American country, soul, gospel, pop and rock but which retains a proudly British flavour. Drawing from strong blues and country influences, as well as the traditional pop/rock sound that made Lawson so successful, his new sound takes inspiration from artists like Thomas Rhett and Chris Stapleton, John Mayer and James Bay.
Born and raised in the music-centric city of Liverpool, Andy grew up listening to a variety of music styles and conventions throughout his life. He soon became enamoured by Nashville's innate sense of songcraft. With this album, Andy has discovered a new platform for personal expression, exposing a different, more sensitive side of his song-writing. Andy Brown's single 'Landslide', a duet with Crissie Rhodes (The Shires), is out now and his debut album is due for release in early 2018.