On his cross-country travails, local musician Tim Andrews, 24, has learned something of the road and the loneliness it can inflict. In his first CD, appropriately titled Lonesome Road, Andrews embraces his experience and the music that has risen from it.
“Solitude and isolation can bring out the greatest depth in a man,” says the folk rock singer-songwriter. “If there's music in him, and there's music in everybody, there's music in all the world inner and outer, as long he knows what to listen for he can go within to channel from this depth.”
Described by others as “Bob Seger meets Bruce Springsteen meets James Dean,” Andrews combines Midwestern roots music with his own distinct sound.
“The man on this record is not a fictional character by any means,” says Andrews. “Though sometimes I sing about myself as if I'm outside myself, these are my struggles.”
Explicitly dealing with a search for God and addressing heartache over a girl left behind, Lonesome Road is fixated on finding
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
Release Date: 2013