Andy Robbins


Andy Robbins

 Andy signed to BFS Records in January 2016. The 32-year-old musician is a regular on the Oxford music scene and has performed at renowned venues such as Pinewood Studios and the world famous Troubadour in London following in the footsteps of his hero’s Bob Dylan and John Lennon, he has also played prestigious local venues such as Oxford's O2 Academy and the Jericho Tavern, as well as many festivals, the highlights of these being Hop Farm in 2010 & Cornbury in 2016. Andy gigs up and down the country and averages nearly 100 gigs a year, Andy has played nearly every major city in the UK as well as shows in San Francisco, California and a tour which saw him play several dates in Rotterdam and Amsterdam. 
Andy Robbins is a singer songwriter from Oxfordshire, His love of music started at an early age exposed to his dads constant barrage of music in the evenings such as The Beatles, Kinks, Eagles, Pink Floyd and The Smiths to name a few. A keen writer from aged 11, Andy took an interest in poetry and had poems published in competitions at school. At age 14, deadly jealous of the guitar his brother was given for his birthday, he claimed it as his own and taught himself to play the guitar by endlessly reading guitar books and pestering older friends to correct his mistakes. As well as performing as a solo artist Andy has played lead guitar in Strange Vintage, an Oxford born retro band, sang for Refugees of Culture, and even formed his own acoustic band: Vanilla Street, where he played Rhythm guitar and sang.
Andy has released two E.P’s since signing with BFS records and both have received rave reviews, the first EP “Element Of Surprise” released in March 2016 saw Andy Strip things back to just a vocal and guitar & is a stunning snapshot of his live shows, Then came “Into The Night” in March 2017 an EP with a slightly darker feel and a definite upgrade on previous work. Andy is currently working on his 3rd EP with BFS records and believes it to be his best work yet. Andy’s career highlight to date was a support slot at Hop Farm Festival which saw him perform on the same day as his hero, Bob Dylan.

Andy Robbins -
On Another Morning

Andy Robbins -
Promises Declined