Andy Branton is an Americana solo artist, singer, songwriter, sideman, and multi-instrumentalist based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He has played shows in five states and at festivals like the W.C. Handy Music Festival in Florence, Alabama and Shrimp Fest in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Andy opened for Casey Thrasher (American Idol Season 13 finalist) in Birmingham and Texas legend Robert Earl Keen in Tuscaloosa. He has sat in with hit songwriter Adam Hood, jazz percussionist Chuck Redd (Charlie Byrd Trio, Redd Brothers), and shared the stage with Elliott McPherson (The Dexateens).
Andy's tenure in Tuscaloosa has allowed him to play live in and with Ham Bagby & the Siege, Megan McMillan & The Nightshift, Tuscaloosa Station, and many others. He has played on sessions in North and Central Alabama on guitar, lap steel, bass, and keys.
Andy is available for solo gigs, fill in work, and sessions. He is currently in the process of booking dates and creating content to be released over the course of 2018.