Andrew Mack is a Kingston area singer and songwriter who tells tales of love, loss, and life through his folk rock music. Although his music draws from country music roots, don’t let the cowboy hat fool you, he will tell you it’s all rock n’ roll. Andrew’s song tell stories about struggles to do right by people, losses in love, and the bonds that hold us together. With more than five years of touring with veteran musicians Mike Pacey and Rick Gravel, his band blends vocal harmonies with fat guitar tones and earthy harmonica creating warmth and depth to the music.
The latest album, Infinite Possibilities, portrays a more mature and evolved band in both song writing and music composition. The album draws upon blues and rock influences and Andrew’s musical roots in country and folk genres. The constants throughout the album are parables of love, loss, and the rural connection.
Andrew Mack’s folk rock fusion draws musical influences from Blue Rodeo, The Eagles, Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, The Tragically Hip, The Black Keys, Led Zeppelin, Sam Roberts Band, Talking Heads, among other classic and contemporary artists. Andrew’s shows are energetic and engaging, drawing the audience into the music. The Andrew Mack Band tours across Eastern Ontario playing festivals, fundraisers, cafes, and clubs.
Blue Rodeo, The Eagles, The Black Keys, The Tragically Hip, Neil Young, Led Zeppelin, Sam Roberts Band, John Mellencamp, The Beatles, Jack Johnson, Johnny Cash, The Strumbellas, Vance Joy, and more.
Andrew Mack | Lead guitar, lead vocals, harmonica
Rick Gravel | Drums, percussion, vocals, guitar
Mike Pacey | Bass, vocals, guitar
NAME | Andrew Mack Band
EMAIL | email@example.com
WEBSITE | http://www.andrewmackband.com
Joe Chithalin (Joe's M.I.L.L) played bass with a number of bands in the Kingston music scene of the 1990s, most notably J.O.Y.Y., Bloom, Weeping Tile, The Mahones, Wild Blues Yonder and Haskell & The Cleavers.
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