Lacy Brinson McAndrew is a singer-songwriter-guitarist in San Antonio, Texas, available to perform throughout the San Antonio and Austin areas. Born and raised in Live Oak, Florida, and known as “Lacy Lee” to close friends and relatives, Lacy provides versatile musical entertainment that’s sure to be a hit with crowds of all kinds.
As the granddaughter of a circuit-ridin' Southern Baptist preacher, Lacy got her start in singing and performing in church. Although Lacy is country to the core, obvious influences of soul, bluegrass, oldies, southern rock, and pop rock infuse her set lists. Those who frequent Lacy’s shows often find themselves singing along to hits by the likes of Jewel, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Dolly Parton, Fleetwood Mac, Miranda Lambert, Norah Jones, Alanis Morissette, and the occasional Outkast, T.I., or T-Pain. Such a diverse range of song selection could be pulled off only by a performer with Lacy’s velvety voice and breezy musical charm, and it is precisely this across-the-board appeal that makes Lacy’s performance the perfect addition to any relaxed night at the bar or community-wide event.
From 2010 to early 2012, Lacy performed at the beaches of Jacksonville, Florida, at venues such as North Beach Bistro, The Wine Bar, Blues Rock Cafe, Lillie's Coffee Bar, Taste @ 645 Atlantic, Taste of Wine, Archway Gallery & Framing, Benitos Italian Cafe, The Homestead Restaurant, and Art in the Park. Both love and her career brought Lacy to South Texas in April 2012, and she fits right into the Texas music scene. Lacy has played numerous venues in San Antonio, including, but not limited to Fralo's Art of Pizza, The Cove, Max's Wine Dive, The Boiler House, Tito's Mexican Restaurant, and Alamo Beer Brewery. Lacy is an attorney by day but is available for performances on nights and weekends for both public and private events.
Her three-song EP, Lost Lovers, debuted in December 2014, and contains three original songs written by Lacy and her cowriters, Michael McAndrew and Jimmy Perkins. The EP was recorded at CBC Studios in San Antonio with Grammy award winning sound engineer, Marius Perron, and features several talented musicians, including Clint Tomerlin and Grammy award winning fiddle player, Bobby Flores.
Lacy is married to Michael McAndrew, and together they are parents to Archer Clyde, born July 21, 2015.