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Andrew Waite – Album Release

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Andrew Waite is a passionate songwriter, performer, and educator who is gaining momentum after his award-winning debut release Burning through the Night in 2015. His songwriting is honest, rugged, and evocative and whether he is performing solo, or with his full six-piece band, he delivers a relentless and dynamic performance.           
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Burning through the Night was recorded at the Sound Mill Studio with Jon Matthews. The debut album won the 2016 Music PEI Rock Recording of the Year and was a regional finalist in the 2015 CBC Searchlight competition where it garnered the attention of CBC’s Grant Lawrence, who selected the track as one of his third-round stand-outs. “If The Band came from Charlottetown, they might sound a lot like Andrew Waite & the Firm,” stated Lawrence. “‘Someone To Hold Me’ could easily have audiences on a national scale swaying back and forth to this chorus.”

Waite is preparing his sophomore release for fall 2018 and has recently released the first single, “Out & Out,” along with his first official music video. In addition to performing, Andrew owns and operates Island Rock Camps, a successful annual summer music camp for children ages 9 to 15, now entering its fifth year.

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