Andy Eppler is Americana to the core. In his work he explores themes such as disenchantment, religiosity and the American way. His world-view is dystopian yet hopeful as he writes about the world around him. Andy, a product of West Texan grit and wisdom, has dedicated himself to making meaningful art. His first record "There is No Underground" (2007) was a shotgun style record hitting many genres and topics with ferocity. The second record was the spoken word project "Dark Places" in which Andy read selections of his poetry and short stories. The third record was the breakthrough. "Disease in the Heartland" was his West Texas styled biography that gave him international interest from Magazines, News Papers and Radio. Even more attention was gained when people found out about Eppler's approach to making an album. He plays all the instruments, writes all the material, produces and masters his own records and designs the cover art. His records are a great example of art directly from the artist and free from the filters of others. He has gone on to record with his wife Jessica in the band The Prairie Scholars and they have released several collections including: Strangers in the Modern Era, Live Wires and The Prairie Scholars in The Wasteland Ramble.
All Records are available on iTunes and fine music stores everywhere and on prairiescholars.com