Andy Collins – Lake Street Serenade
With a who’s who of Cairns’ musicians, and outstanding southern guest artists Jim Conway, Kirk Lorange, Mike Kerin, Jeff Mercer, Joe Epps – Andy creates an evocative, powerful new album that seamlessly builds on the roots music tradition and continues the unique blending of musical styles into his own distinctive sound.
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I really like it. I hope you can make it over here soon and be on my King Biscuit Time Show.
Sunshine” Sonny Payne, Radio KFFA, Helena, Arkansas, USA
One masterpiece of an album and it is in rotation on both of our blues shows.
Mark Smith, Radio KJLU, Jefferson City, Missouri, USA
Yes l got it and l love it. I’m getting you Atlanta airplay.
Mike Bean, Radio WRFG, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
I love it. Be playing it soon.
Chef Eddy’s New Blues Revue, Fort Smith, Arizona, USA
Both my co-host and l really like the record. It is in our regular blues rotation and listed on our website under ” hot picks”.
Jeff Harris, Radio WITR, New York, USA
I love it, the sound recording is excellent, the song styles are various, you are a very good guitarist and singer.
Serge Warin, Radio Canal Bleu, Brive, France
Thanks a lot for the album it’s great! I’m playing Bare Bellied Joe and Two to the Valley. l love the Australian flavour of your songs.
Brian Barclay, ” Cool Blue “, Radio Network, New Zealand
I have to congratulate you because this album is excellent. You play and sing the blues so well and you swing very very well. You can be sure to be heard around Bordeaux on my radio program. Encore Bravo.
Joelle Maraton, Tresses, France
His music is laden with an integrity often missing from contemporary recordings.
Helen Farley, The Groove, Blues Association of South East Queensland
Creative songs – wonderful arrangements – very well sung and played – in fact an excellent production.
Henry Prokop, 101 FM, Brisbane
I’m hugely impressed. The album is getting lots of airplay.
Arthur Elliot, 99.7 FM, Brisbane
Great songs! Particularly enjoyed the treatment of Click go the Shears, and Two to the Valley brought back memories of the old Brissie.
Mark Doherty, ‘Nothing but the Blues’, 4ZZZ FM, Brisbane