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InFest 2013 at 2720 Cherokee: 2 days of free, fun, indoor, independent arts and music. January 26 & 27. This is day 2: Sunday, January 27. Today's event runs 2pm-10pm
Andy Hyland (The Musicianist) has a show on 11/10/2013 at 07:00 PM @ Lemmons http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/240966450 #concert
“Andy Hyland You could call the second act on Friday’s bill a bluesman and you would be entirely correct! To be more descriptive, you might say that Andy Hyland is a growling, groaning, shuffling, sliding, flat picking, harmonica playing animal. Andy’s skill is homegrown. He is self-taught and readily admits that he hasn’t had much music theory. But for Andy, the blues isn’t something you learn to play; it’s something that springs up from the gut—something felt as much as played. And in listening to his records or watching him live, whether he’s playing a cover or an original, whether the song has those mournful blues lyrics or is one of his instrumental masterpieces, the emotion is palpable, exactly as it ought to be. Catch Andy at Lemmon’s on January 7th with No Man's Law, Insomniac Folklore, and Han Ma and the Camaros. You can find more information on Andy, his blues, and his performance schedule on his facebook page.”
Ask Andy Hyland (The Musicianist) anything...
Q: Long time fan, first time writer. What do you mean, Musicianist? Is this a neologism you coined in order to breach the limitations imposed by the terms "musician" and "physicist?" Help & keep rockin!
A: Well, I put "Musicianist" as my religious views on facebook and the guy that does my merch put "Andy Hyland The Musicianist" on my t shirts and stickers. Music is technically my "religion", music has always been a very important part of my life and has always been there when I've gone way passed rock bottom. Music has always been my first love, and will most likely be my last.
Asked by Edgefield C. Johnston. Answered on Tue Oct 09 2012All Questions