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Music If you like soft, intimate seventies pop, you will appreciate Andy Shauf

Singer-songwriter Andy is a melodious singer-songwriter from Saskatchewan signed to Anti- in the United States and the Arts & Crafts label here.

Colin Medley

Andy Shauf has invited you to The Party, an album and a bittersweet setting where characters drift in and out but the listener, if they have an appreciation for soft, intimate seventies pop, stays for the duration. Shauf is a melodious singer-songwriter from Saskatchewan signed to Anti- in the United States and the Arts & Crafts label here. He's a gifted tunesmith in the Sexsmith style, with an indie crooner's voice that suggests a more introverted McCartney. A fall tour has been announced – Nov. 23 at Mills Hardware in Hamilton and Nov. 25 at the Mod Club in Toronto – but his appearance on the opening day of the Hillside Festival (July 22-24) on Guelph Lake Island affords a chance for those wishing to be early to the party.

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