Andy Leftwich is one of the ten heritage musical groups performing in the Art Center’s 24th edition of An Appalachian Evening concert series.
Tickets: Adults $20; Students/K-12 $10; plus tax. All concerts in the fully restored Lynn L. Shields Auditorium. Snacks and beverages available for purchase in the Schoolhouse Cafe beginning at 6 pm.
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Four-time Grammy winning instrumentalist Andy Leftwich began playing the fiddle at the age of six, entering his first contest at seven, and winning the National Championship for Beginners at the age of twelve. Adding mandolin and guitar to his arsenal, Andy began playing professionally at the age of fifteen. Since joining Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder in 2001, Andy has completed a solo album (“Ride”, Skaggs Family Records), recorded two critically acclaimed albums as a member of trio Three Ring Circle (with dobro player Rob Ickes and bassist Dave Pomeroy), and built an impressive list of studio credits, lending his talents to acts such as Steven Curtis Chapman, Keith and Kristyn Getty, Dailey & Vincent, and many more. Most recently, he’s added “Producer” to his resume, with gospel group Point of Grace (“Directions Home”, Word Records).
We at Stecoah are very honored to be among the first venues to host Andy after his latest album release “American Fiddler” which has been years in the making.
Andy lives in Carthage, Tennessee with his wife, Rachel.