I am very happy to announce that I have been named as an anticipated act by Bestnewbands.com at Glastonbury this year.
Please click below for the link. My set is at 8pm on Wednesday 24th June 2015 at Toad Hall.
With thanks to our partners at Hemifran, Tracks from the album Well Tread Roads have been featured on the following European radio stations:
1. http://www.rtvijsselmond.nl/ [Netherlands]- 1st May – featured tracks “Writing on the Windows”
2. http://radio-isa.com/rig2/ecouter-bourgoin [France] – American Roots Music
3. http://www.baarnfm.nl/ – 13th April 2015 [Netherlands] – “Let it Go” featured.
4. https://www.rtvkatwijk.nl/v2/ – 2oth April 2014 [Netherlands]- “On a rainbow” featured.
5. http://havenstad.fm/[Netherlands] – ” on a rainbow” featured.
6. www.Harky.nl – 12th and 15th April 2015.
Thanks to the guys at Imagem Production music for writing this little show reel about some placements I’ve had with them recently:) There must be something in the songs that connects with the alcohol industry….
Have a look at the link to see what they say…..
Very happy that my Album Well Tread Roads was featured in this esteemed list for albums of 2014 by the website www.bestnewbands.com
My song “Dust” has been used for the soundtrack of the 4th Series of CTC Series “Kitchen” in Russia. My song can be heard playing in the end credits every week.
The Russian TV channel CTC, run by the group CTC Media, is investing $8 million in a 40-episode TV series, Kukhnya (Kitchen), which is to be aired this fall as part of a scheme aimed at revamping the station’s programming.
The comedy series began filming in early July and the production will continue through the end of the year, Eduard Iloyan, general producer of Yellow, Black and White, which produces the series for CTC, told The Hollywood Reporter.
New review for my album Well Tread Roads on altcountryforum in The Netherlands .
It is a real pleasure to have gotten to know Andrew Maxwell Morris . A singer and songwriter from Melbourne , who are ninth with his parents risked the journey to England . He is a great admirer of Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, James Taylor and The Eagles . Heroes from a time to which Morris refers lavishly on his album ’ Well Tread Roads’ . Morris is an all-rounder . He has the numbers anticipated album “Well Tread Roads self-written , produced and virtually self .
His plate radiates warmth , provides security ; the listener feels enriched. Fine , handsome arranged folk-pop songs with the carefree atmosphere of the seventies. Scent to the music that was then made to the American West Coast. Listen to the melodies that sit all day in your head . After a time Singing about his life, about the past , his family and everyone around him . Never underestimate the powerful effect of music on humans. You can immerse yourself in music, learn a new world know through a new life , with other dimensions.
One of my songs was placed in a TV advert in Romania in the Summer this year for a beer company called Bergenbier. The track is called Way Home and it was co written with Stuart Anning.
Many thanks to Phil Edwards for his amazing review of my album and for labelling it ‘one of 2014’s best albums’!!
Here is a Q and A session with the lovely guys from Fresh Independence where I chatted about music and life!
Here is a review of our gig at Bimble Inn by Tony Hardy at Consequence of Sound who put in in the TOp 30 moments of Glastonbury,
The path towards The Bimble Inn provides a welcome pint of real ale or cider and invariably a goodly selection of acoustic-based live music. It’s a kind of pagan heaven, decked out with knotted drapes and fairy-lighted foliage, and even camp beds for the weary festival goer. Andrew Maxwell Morris is something of a regular at the festival, though he’s usually on his own with a guitar. On Friday, he was flanked by an adroit four-piece band and two backing singers, who offered much more than simply eye candy. Criminal lawyer by day, Morris held a relaxed, if not fully captive, afternoon audience with Americana-drenched songs off his new album, Well Tread Roads, and some older favorites. An earnest, flowing “In a Heartache”, Knopfler-quality soloing from the lead guitarist on “Low Light”, and a storming “January Rain” were just three stand-outs. Given the crowd he nabbed, it might be high time to close the briefcase and go for the bigger stages. –Tony Hardy
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