SINGER-SONGWRITER and bassist Andalyn Lewis heads to Savannah this weekend with her band.
At 17 years old, Asheville-hailing Lewis has played hundreds of gigs throughout the Southeast since making her stage debut at age nine. With a tremendous voice and rock ‘n’ roll edge to her country sound, she’s taking the region by storm.
In 2014, she released the country anthem “Carolina Summer,” a sunshiny anthem bidding farewell to the year’s hottest days; the corresponding video won a WNC Video Music Award. A debut EP, “Perfect Excuses,” followed, and Lewis kicked off summer 2017 with a fresh EP, “Main Attraction.” Slickly produced and chock-full of powerful choruses and gritty rock guitars, a love of classic rock and throwback country shines through her sound.
Lewis and her band—dad Harry Lewis on drums and Zach Haney on guitar—will play a mix of originals and blues, rock, and Americana covers at Wild Wing.
Saturday, July 22, 10 p.m., free