Fringe Review: Andi Neate

Along with The Crying Cherry and In A Thousand Pieces, this is the best of the fest.

Prague Fringe Festival favorite Andi Neate returns for her 7th year to Prague and anyone who is lucky enough to get a ticket will be so very glad she does. This tattooed Scottish bad-ass with a voice like an angel and who plays a lot more than three chords on her guitar (go see the show to know the reference), shatters the expectations of what is possible in the atmospheric U Maleho Glena. Creating a unique sound reminiscent of the best of Suzanne Vega, Ani Difranco and Dolores O’Riordan, Neate captures, transforms and reinvents the idea of singer-songwriter and transports the audience into her very special world. Highlights include the songs “Tails from the Circus”, “Home”
“Storybookman” and “Witch’s Cat” all from her new album Crows, Rooks and Ravens.

 Along with The Crying Cherry and In A Thousand Pieces, this is the best of the fest.

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