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    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna at 9pm

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    Let's Talk

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    Andy Kimbel Folk and Blues Coffee House

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                                                                                      VISIT ANDY ON THE WEB AT WWW.ANDYKIMBEL.COM
    Over the last 28+ years, Andy Kimbel as an “indie” artist, and on occasion with his backing AK Express band, has performed over 2300 shows at a variety of venues from large festivals and concert halls to smaller more intimate folk clubs, house concerts and listening rooms.
    The majority of Andy’s audiences who have provided a foundation for his fairly consistent top ten rankings in several indie charts, hail from North America, Canada, and parts of Europe. Fans of the acoustic guitar and those who play are drawn to Andy’s “Acoustic Energy” as his improvisational guitar work shows remarkable musicianship As his fans will attest, Andy's style is indeed his own and comes from within.
    Andy Kimbel delivers spirited, dynamically-packed performances while showcasing both self- penned original songs and strong interpretations of early classic country-blues and early 70's based folk while captivating audiences with his highly reviewed acoustic guitar work. Whether it be a performance for 40 people at a folk club or house concert, thousands at a festival or millions on television as he did regularly on QVC earlier in his career, Kimbel makes the stage his home and it shows.