Andy Fairweather Low Will Support EC On Select Spring Dates
Andy Fairweather Low and his band, The Low Riders, will support Eric Clapton on select dates this spring including two concerts at the Royal Albert Hall.
Andy – who first joined Eric Clapton's band in 1992 for the now historic MTV Unplugged Show – found initial success as lead singer and guitarist of Amen Corner in the late sixites. The band had four successive Top Ten Hits, including the Number One "(If Paradise is) Half as Nice." When they split in 1969, Andy set up a new group, Fairweather, that charted with "Natural Sinner." Going solo after that, he had hits with "Reggae Tune" "Be Bop ‘N Holla" and "Wide Eyed and Legless." Andy also established himself as the go-to guitarist for a host of artists, including Roger Waters, George Harrison, Bill Wyman, Tom Jones, Roy Wood, Gerry Rafferty, Leo Sayer, Dave Edmunds, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Joe Satriani.
Andy released his first solo album in 24 years, Sweet Soulful Music in 2006 and returned to the nomadic life of a touring musician with The Low Riders. Live in Concert was released on DVD in 2008, with the studio albums Lively and Zone-O-Tone following. Andy's most recent discs are the live recordings Live From The New Theatre, Cardiff and Lockdown Live.
Andy Fairweather Low & The Low Riders support EC on the following dates:
7 May: Royal Albert Hall – London
8 May: Royal Albert Hall – London
17 May: Hallenstadion – Zurich
18 May: Mediolanum Forum – Milan
20 May: Unipol Arena – Bologna
21 May: Unipol Arena – Bologna