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Andy T Nixon Band

Numbers Man

Andy T Nixon Band Numbers Man Numbers Man
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Numbers Man, the latest release from the Andy T - Nick Nixon Band, is a sterling display of musicianship at its highest. Guitarist Andy T arrived in Nashville from Southern California several years ago and teamed up with local blues and R&B legend guitarist/vocalist Nick Nixon in 2011. As Blues Underground Network said, “Simply put, Andy T and James “Nick” Nixon have quickly risen to the top of many people’s lists of Great Collaborations.”

 

Andy T’s jazz-tinged guitar style is influenced by T-Bone Walker, B.B. King, Magic Sam, and Albert Collins among others, yet it remains his own. Andy has toured internationally with blues greats Guitar Shorty and Smokey Wilson, and has performed with a long list of major blues artists around the country. The velvet-voiced Nixon, whose singing recalls Jimmy Witherspoon and Billy Eckstine, was part of Nashville’s thriving blues scene in the 60’s. He was a longtime member of The New Imperials, recorded for Chess Records in the 70’s and has performed with many of the top blues and R&B artists in the world.

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