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Andy Flannagan is a London-based, Irish singer-songwriter who was previously a hospital doctor but whose proudest moment as an Irishman was captaining England’s Barmy Army during the Ashes in Australia. His campaigning songwriting dragged him into the political arena, so he can often be found annoying MPs around Parliament.
He is first and foremost a story-teller, weaving hope and pain into songs that soar with beautiful, poignant melodies that betray his Irish roots. His battered Lowden guitar tells the story of fifteen years of acoustic minstrelling – at times mellow, but at times raging against all the things that break a broken world.
The combination of Flannagan’s rhythmic guitar style and the beautifully languid cello of Lucy Payne draws inevitable comparisons with Damien Rice. A "housewives' favourite" and a "thinking man's Ronan Keating" are labels that he can’t fully dodge! Flannagan's edge certainly isn’t in his image, but in his poetic lyrics, which unashamedly peel back layers to leave the listener's emotions very near the surface. He has been compared to Roddy Frame, Jackson Browne and "The Script" (if they were just one person with an acoustic guitar). He is less ginger than Ed Sheeran but certainly more Irish.
Link to Official Website: http://www.andyflan.com/about-andy/
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