ANDY HERSEY

TELL ME ALL ABOUT IT



every week in Tucson

Mondays - Canyon Ranch 5-7 pm  Solo set for registered guests and members. Sabino Canyon/Snyder, Tucson

Tuesdays - golfing, fishing, writing, sleeping or refurbishing the house. Times vary, undisclosed locations

Wednesdays - Shooter's Steakhouse second Wednesday of every month, 6pm start, Prince/Country Club, Tucson

Thursdays- Saguaro Corners solo set on the patio 6-8 p.m. Escalante/Old Spanish Trail, Tucson 

Fridays- Shooters Steakhouse, solo set on the patio Prince/Country Club, last Friday of every month 6-8 pm 

Saturdays- Tanque Verde Guest Ranch, Cottonwood Grove solo set - 6:30-8:30pm East Speedway, as far east as you can go.  Sept 29th

Sundays- The Parish, solo set 6-8 pm - Oracle/Orange Grove. Tucson

All shows are family friendly. Please call venue to ensure seating. Private gatherings are not listed.

and watch for other shows announced on Facebook

Tell Me All About It

2016 - Reposado Records - $12

1. Great Minds
2. Vamos Aver
3. Tell Me All About It
4. Road Guitar
5. Ruby and Ranger
6. Cowboy In Every Man
7. Things I Adore
8. Right Where You Left Me
9. Something I Like To Say

Between God and Country

2007 - Reposado Records - $13

1. Roughshod Range
2. Man I Am Today
3. Mexican Moonshine
4. Between God and Country
5. Brand New Memory
6. He's the Reason
7. Burnin' Georgia Down
8. Tears On the Floor
9. It's Not Okay
10. All the More Reason
11. Smile and Wave 

Andy's second CD was released June 1, 2007. Recorded in Nashville, TN by Danny White at 16 Tons Studio and produced by Andy and P.H. Naffah, drummer for Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, this album of songs gets the full Nashville treatment.

Compañero Blanco

 2002  - Reposado Records - $12

1. Horses, Hitches & Rocky Trails
2. Bye-Gone Blues
3. (Next Time) A Diamond Won't Cut It
4. Compañero Blanco
5. If These Walls Could Talk
6. Welcome To The West
7. Never Get The Best Of Me
8. Losing Gets Easier
9. First Time Alone
10. One More Way
11. Cowboy Attitude 

Andy's songs on his first CD are a strong elixir of roots-rock, country-and-western, and roadhouse blues. Sure to raise the roof as soon as it goes into the disc player Compañero Blanco is genuine Southern Arizona cowboy rock 'n' roll. The sounds and narratives on this album are conceived in the land they come from. It's a winding drive through rolling pastures, past yucca, agave, and windmills while the Mustang Mountains slumber in the distance.