Amy Andrews has received numerous awards and honors for her songwriting and what one audience member has deemed her ability to "transport" listeners with her performances, and befriend them with her unassuming wit, charm, and candor.
In the last year, Andrews has gone solo, received national press, chatted with the good folks of National Public Radio, and completed an international tour.
She has had the honor to share stages and open for artists from Glen Phillips, of Toad the Wet Sprocket, to Gregory Alan Isakov, Rose Cousins, Rebecca Loebe, Robby Hecht, Joseph Arthur, and more.
A Baltimore native, now based out of Atlanta, Andrews is an indefatigable troubadour, traveling wherever her music takes her - from Juneau, Alaska to Florida's panhandle - playing the 30A Songwriters' Festival and the Alaska Folk Festival.
Tickets may be ordered online here, or call 800-895-2912 between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm Monday-Friday to order your tickets. Tickets are $10 for Tri States Public Radio members; $15 for non-members.