ANDREW MORSE grew up listening to the sounds of Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, and various blues artists. He played in his first band, the Little Devils, at age seven. Since then, he has played rock & roll, country and folk music in places ranging from Zurich, Switzerland to Huntsville, Alabama. In 1983, he formed the band Nice Boys From New York, which included the late Howie Wyeth on piano, to record two independent albums and tour Europe. In early 1998, he released his first solo album, 'Nightbook,' a collection of twelve original songs played acoustically. To learn more about the music of Andrew Morse, as well as some of the great players he has worked with, visit the Stand Clear Music Group website at StandClearMusic.com.
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