Andrew Bailie Music, Omaha, NE
Andrew Bailie is an American songwriter, singer and guitarist. His intricate songs are crafted with raw emotion, fierce guitar work, and an unmistakable, soaring voice.
"Very lovely. Bluesy and atmospheric sensibility. Cinematic and patient, too. Good feel, excellent vocals." — Jim Campilongo, The Little Willies ft. Norah Jones.
Drawing elements from a variety of musical styles and traditions, Bailie's songs are woven from his own hopes, fears and enchantment, tapping into the common human experiences that give us pause, inspire longing, or set us ablaze.
“Bailie's dynamic and captivating songwriting commands audiences' attention whether he's with his band or playing solo." — Joey Lyons, The Fuss.
After extensive touring across the US and Europe with legendary gospel and funk organist Cory Henry (Aretha Franklin/Snarky Puppy/Kenny Garrett), Bailie relocated from the east coast (NYC, Maine) to Omaha, NE, (where he grew up) in order to pursue a new project with jazz great and sensei Dana Murray (Wynton Marsalis/Jimmy Witherspoon/Norah Jones). A founding member of Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles, Bailie is best known in Omaha for past projects The Jazzwholes and It's True. Bailie has also worked with platinum recording artist Aloe Blacc, Ms. Lauryn Hill, members of Snarky Puppy, Mononeon (Prince), Lyle Divinsky (The Motet), and has shared the stage with George Clinton, Marcus Miller, Talib Kweli, Lalah Hathaway, Russell Malone and many others.