Andrew Delaney & Amy Kucharik In Nashville

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Andrew Delaney returns to Bobby's Idle Hour, playing in the round with Amy Kucharik and Meg Williams.

ANDREW DELANEY, “The Alfred Hitchcock of singer/songwriters” (Rich Warren of WFMT Radio, Chicago), has had a busy and prolific career, releasing six full-length albums in as many years, and now working on his seventh. His latest effort, 2014’s “Stricken, Smitten, & Afflicted” – produced by Grammy Award winner Steve Christensen (Steve Earle’s “Townes”) – features the Roots Music Report #1 single “There’s A Light On”. Delaney is a natural-born storyteller who depicts the American landscape – from the grittiness of the Old West to the uncertainties of contemporary relationships – in a warts-and-all cinematic style. His ability to “craft creaky, wooden yarns that stir your insides” and to deliver them with “conviction” and “authenticity” (Alan Ayo – Dallas Observer) has earned him growing attention. Andrew brings a frenetic energy to the stage to match the intensity and wit of his songs. He has performed with such Americana greats as Hayes Carll, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Corb Lund, and Junior Brown. He currently lives and performs out of Dallas, TX.

About Amy Kucharik: The 2015 Kerrville New Folk winning songwriter explores the full range of her ukulele, both exploiting and defying its reputation as a novelty instrument. Her catchy, sexy, sometimes haunting lyrics recount tales of reluctant love, heartbreak, revenge, and grit. Texas Outside said Amy “…stole the show with the light, upbeat sounds of her instrument and voice against the dark humor of her lyrics.” Whether performing as a one-woman-band with foot percussion and mouth trumpet, or with Boston-based ensemble Friends With Benefits (upright bass, backing vocals, and horns), Amy's Vaudevillian charm and infectious, danceable swing transport her audience to a place both timeless and familiar. Drawing from blues and Dixieland traditions and with a street-smart stagecraft honed in the subways of Boston, Amy’s "modern vintage" grooves have earned her comparisons to Lake Street Dive, Maria Muldaur and the Asylum Street Spankers. Amy has been touring for the last couple of years, sharing stages with Rod Picott, Daphne Lee Martin, and Danielle Ate the Sandwich.
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