Road to Here
Singer-songwriter Andy B White was born and raised in rural Illinois, somewhere between corn fields and soybean farms. He now lives in suburban Chicago, surrounded by traffic and skylines. You can hear the influence of both locales in his indie folk music. White found his musical voice during his college years, when he bought a guitar and taught himself how to play and write music. After spending three years making albums and selling out venues with a Chicago-based rock band, White set out on his own to find a new musical direction and record his first solo EP, 'Dirty Wings' and now comes his new full-length album 'The Road to Here', both intimate and heartfelt collections of acoustic songs about love, loss and that incessant Midwestern hope for a brighter tomorrow. His songs are immediately approachable - it sounds as though White is sitting next to you with his guitar, echoing your emotions with his six strings. The Road to Here, the new full-length record which was recorded, engineered, and produced by White shows his experience both as a songwriter and producer. The stories in his music mirror his life as White tells tales of the ups and downs we all face, and that small bit of joy we feel when we finally find a spot of hope in a sea of heartbreak.