Legendary singer-songwriter Andy Fairweather Low to perform at PAC next February
Welsh guitarist, songwriter, vocalist and former Amen Corner frontman Andy Fairweather Low is heading to Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) early next year.
Fairweather Low will perform live with his band The Low Riders (Paul Beavis, Dave Bronze, and Nick Pentelow) on Friday, February 11.
PAC Director, Janet Farmer, said: “Andy Fairweather Low’s pedigree is the stuff rock dreams are made of. He is an incredible talent and a truly fantastic addition to our programme of live events which features an outstanding range of music, comedy and theatre alongside our trademark diverse mix of film screenings, live broadcasts, and exhibitions.”
Tickets for Andy Fairweather Low (£25) are on sale now. More info at www.pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk.
Fairweather Low rose to fame as vocalist and leader of 1960s pop group Amen Corner who clocked up hit after hit including number one single ‘(If Paradise Is) Half As Nice’, top five hit ‘Hello Suzy’ and ‘Bend Me Shape Me’ which are internationally remembered today.
He then reinvented himself as a solo artist, gaining a major hit with ‘Wide Eyed and Legless’.
Throughout his career he has worked with such luminaries as Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Jimi Hendrix, The Band, Elton John, Bill Wyman, Sheryl Crow and hundreds more.