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Andrew Bryant's Honeymoon/Blackbird EP Now Available for Pre-Order Bruce, MS everyman Andrew Bryant has been brewing his own flavor of rock music for well over a decade, often seeping his songs in his folk-appropriate Sunday-morning-worship surroundings. Though his roots are deep in Mississippi soil, his branches reach far into the soul of Memphis, as writer (and my ex-next door neighbor) Mark Jordan writes in defense of ranking 2009's Galilee as Memphis' #2 record for The Commercial Appeal. "You can quibble abo … Read More

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Hello, friends.

I’ll offer just a few short words for today; just an update on what’s going on around here. I’m in the middle of recording the next record, which is due out God knows when. It’s taking me a while to complete, but it’s going really well, and I hope to have a song or two done soon, and will look forward to sharing them with you guys.

I’ve also been writing a lot of short stories and poems, and am working with some good friends of mine to release them in chapbook form. So also be on the lookout for that.

There are more shows to come, too. I’m working on booking a few things right now, so keep checking back every now and again for the all the details. Also, if you haven’t already, friend me on Facebook and/or Myspace if you want to keep up to date on shows and what not a little closer.

Thanks for stopping by, and hang in there.

Andrew B

PS – The Oxford, MS band The Unwed Teenage Mothers have released a new LP called “Blonde Girls” which contains a cover of one of my songs (“No One Wants To” from The Magnolia State). If you would like to purchase it, or just find out more about it, you can do so here:

The Unwed Teenage Mothers, "Blonde Girls" LP

I’m gunna be playing at this year’s Bands Not Bombs music festival in Memphis, TN. I played the year before last and it was great. Me and the guys are throwing together a set that should be a lot of fun.

It’s put on each year by the Mid-South Peace & Justice Center to help raise funds to keep the organization in operation. There are some wonderful people who work with the P&J Center so come out and support a great cause. Not to mention some great bands like Star & Micey, Bake Sale, Magic Kids, and more tba.

Stay tuned for more details…

Yet another review for Galilee is here:–galilee

“Galilee” was named the 2nd best album on the Playbook’s (Commercial Appeal) Best of Memphis Music for 2009. “Galilee” came in ahead of albums from Lucero, Jay Reatard, Luther Dickenson and more. Click here to read the article.

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The Italian webzine Ondarock has reviewed the Galilee album. You can read it (in Italian) by clicking here. If anyone can find this in English, or translate it, post it as a comment.

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