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ANDREW BIRD

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MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.



ANDREW BIRD

ANDREW BIRD

MICAH P HINSON
Roundhouse
Thursday 8 November 2012

£22.50 ADV

Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist ANDREW BIRD picked up his first violin at the age of 4 and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear.  When it came time for a restless teenager to make his own way, it wasn’t such a giant leap to Hungarian Gypsy music, early jazz, country blues, south Indian etc. It’s fitting that now, though classically trained, he has opted to play his violin in a most unconventional manner, accompanying himself on glockenspiel and guitar, adding singing and whistling to the equation, and becoming a pop songwriter in the process.







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