26 April 1944 |
Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom
|Years active||1960s – present|
|Members||(on "Making Waves") Danielle Arcand (voice), Rosalie Carver (fiddle), Paul Bergman (acoustic bass), Liam McKenzie (djembe), Myles Bigelow (percussion)|
Andy's musical style is described as "maritime folk, old-time rock and Celtic". He released his first album "Making Waves" in 2005. One song from this album (“Woman of Labrador”) was inspired by Elizabeth Goudie, a pioneer in Labrador, Canada and has been included in the Great Canadian Songbook. In 2007 Andy wrote "Excuse Me Your Planet Is Burning".
Vine performs with his wife Danielle Arcand and with their sons Elgin and Simon.
- Harvey, Tim (2007-03-29). "Family of Troubadours Coming to Galiano". Archived from the original on 2011-10-01.
- Vine, Andy. "Woman of Labrador". Archived from the original on March 3, 2016.
- Mullan, Martin (September 2007). "A passion for performing – Local folk musician Andy Vine" (PDF). The KCC Neighbour: 14.
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