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Andy Shearer / Comments

Sadie Blu
Sadie Blu  (6 months ago)

Groovy sound! Excellent! I look forward to hearing more. Peace & Blessings- Sadie

ALYSON  (6 months ago)


Sergio Eguskiza Solar Zone
Sergio Eguskiza Solar Zone  (6 months ago)

Nice tune " Baby don't go tonight". Bst for U, Andy.

Bec Milly Band
Bec Milly Band  (6 months ago)

Nice tunes mate!
bec Milly band

Unknown Soldier
Unknown Soldier  (6 months ago)

Awesome music here Andy ! bit of touch of good ol' Moody Blues somewhere , great style ! Keep it on going ! All the best wishes from Canada !
God Bless !

Le Chic
Le Chic  (6 months ago)

Listening to your music fills me with so many emotions and leaves me wanting more! You are an extremely talented songwriter and a truly wonderful musician!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Helena & Firestorm
Helena & Firestorm  (6 months ago)

Sjoe, your stuff is amazing!! Rosalie reminds me of Dire Straits :) Thanks for fanning me, certainly feeling very honoured!!

"FIRE"  (7 months ago)

Enjoying a Monday...with a dose of these awesome tracks!!! much respect and support from Minneapolis, MN

the Dean Gray band
the Dean Gray band  (7 months ago)

Listening to 'A Place In The Sun' in-well,a place in the sun! Nice work,Andy & thanx for checking us out.all luck to you,cheers,Dean (doing Southern Spain at the mo'-35 bl**dy degrees! gimme some Northern greyness!)

Kim Riemer
Kim Riemer  (7 months ago)

Great tunes Andy! Rosalie and A Place In The Sun are my faves. I hear a strong Knopfler influence in your guitar playing. Awesome stuff.

Andy Shearer
Andy Shearer  (6 months ago)

Thanks for the kind words, Kim.
I take the Mark Knopfler comparison as a huge compliment. However, I think that the reason for the similarity is probably down to coincidence more than anything else. My guitar style hasn't really changed much since the early 70's (pre Dire Straits), but I'm pretty sure that I share some of the same influences as Knopfler does, and I've noticed that we certainly both tend to favour a similar fingerstyle and tone setting when playing a Stratocaster. Listening to a combination of Chuck Berry and country blues is what initially got me interested in playing the guitar.