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Best Voice at the Folk Factor!

Andy recently entered a folk factor competition organised by Rochester Sweeps Festival. Though he didn't win judges Simon Evans (radio kent), Jo Tuffs (Broadstairs festival) and Joe Steed said 'the best voice we've heard' 'you're blessed to have such…

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april gigs

Three gigs on April 19th, 24th and 30th. Check out the gigs page!

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Buy andy smythe CDs

A number for people have said recently how they think my album 'Love Unspoken' could be one of the great underground folk albums. See for yourself! Send it back if they're wrong! Buy it now at:http://cdbaby.com/cd/andysmythe But 'Last Throes…

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Gigs!

Andy is playing gigs in Bishop Stortford and Cambridge over the next 2 weeks. Check out the gigs section for more info!

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Download all Andy's work (29 songs) for £13

I just wanted to let you all know about a brilliant folk site called Woven Wheat Whispers. Copy and paste this link and you can buy high quality downloads (+ all artwork) for all three of my CD releases. It's…

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itunes

Just to confirm that you can now purchase Andy's tunes from itunes and play them on your i pod. Just search for Andy Smythe in their search engine and you're away!

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Orpington Friday Folk

Andy's next local gig is on Febuary 24th 8.30pm at Orpington Friday Folk at Orpington Liberal Club. Andy will be performing much of his set on his wonderful new stage piano! Great sound! This is a must see gig …

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Lovely review at the Fab Club, Essex

Andy Smythe was introduced by Margaret as a Fab Club virgin. Are there really any virgins in Lewisham? He sang us two of his own songs. The first he accompanied on his guitar with an accomplished strumming style. Called “Coogee…

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Happy New Year

From the 'Music' page you can now download 6 Andy Smythe songs for free (just right click and choose 'save target as'). If you like them go and purchase the albums on CDbaby.com and you can then own 25 Andy…

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Last Throes of Summer

My recent album is receiving some lovely reviews. Here's another from the great folk/roots site 'Rambles' The award for the most wittily titled album of 2005 must go to Last Throes of Summer by Andy Smythe. The compositions…