Andy Silvester

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Andy Silvester
Birth name Andy Silvester
Born 16 June 1947 (age 66)
Genres Rock, blues
Instruments Bass guitar
Years active 1965–present
Associated acts Chicken Shack (1965–71), Savoy Brown (1971–?), Big Town Playboys (1984–?), Wha-Koo (1977), Danny Kirwan

Andy Silvester (born 16 June 1947 in, Kidderminster, Worcestershire)[1] is a bassist and multi-instrumentalist. Silvester has played in various bands during his career, most notably as co-founder of both Chicken Shack and Big Town Playboys as well as a tenure in the British blues band Savoy Brown[2] and Los Angeles based soft rock ensemble, Wha-Koo. He has also performed with The Steve Gibbons Band, ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Danny Kirwan, and Savoy Brown vocalist Chris Youlden.

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