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|Birth name||Andy Silvester|
|Born||16 June 1947 (age 66)|
|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) 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 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.
- Eder, Bruce. "Biography: Andy Silvester". Allmusic. Retrieved 20 May 2010.
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