Home   Whats On   Article

Subscribe Now

Bend Me, Shape Me hit-maker comes to Spalding




Andy Fairweather Low is famous for his catchy tunes.
Andy Fairweather Low is famous for his catchy tunes.

Amen Corner frontman, Andy Fairweather Low, returns to Spalding with a new tour and his band The Low Riders, writes Patrick Walsh.

And they feature an extended line-up including a Hammond organ and a brass section along with The Hi Riders Soul Revue.

Famous for multiple hits, including Bend Me, Shape Me, Reggae Tune and (If Paradise is) Half As Nice, Fairweather Low is certain to play some familiar tunes that will certainly get your feet moving.

Andy Fairweather Low and The Low Riders are joined by the Hi Riders Soul Revue.
Andy Fairweather Low and The Low Riders are joined by the Hi Riders Soul Revue.

His band, The Low Riders, consists ofDave Bronze on bass guitar, Paul Beavis on drums and Nick Pentelow on saxophone. They’ll play everything from Blues and Rock to Pop.

Songs will feature from the long list of albums he has worked on - ranging from his personal albums to work with musicians and bands such as Eric Clapton to The Who and Pete Townshend.

The concert is on at the South Holland Centre in Spalding this Saturday (October 6) at 8pm.

All tickets cost £25.

They are available from the centre in person, at the box office on: 01775 764777 or via the website at www.southhollandcentre.co.uk



This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More