Andrew Delaney is a classic storyteller who depicts the American landscape, and particularly the American West, in a warts-and-all cinematic style. "The Alfred Hitchcock of singer/songwriters." says Rich Warren of WFMT Radio, Chicago.
His band, Andrew Delaney & The Horse You Rode In On, with Trevor Pulver playing lead, Justin Whitehead on bass, and drummer Jeromy Bailey, has shared stages with modern Americana greats like Walt Wilkins, Corb Lund, and Junior Brown.
On Delaney's most recent release (Sept 25th, 2012) "That One Time At Tom & Cary's," producer/engineer Tom Prasada-Rao captures the band's live sound in an intimate house concert setting while veteran jazz pianist Julie Bonk sits in on keys.