Andy Shelton

Andy SheltonOnce you have heard folk performed the way that Andy Shelton has perfected it, you’ll consider yourself a fan.  His songwriting weaves stories into the listener’s heart that leave a permanent impression.

He has been given several prominent awards, such as Honor awards in the Billboard songwriting contest and the Great American Song Contest, Editor’s Pick on cdbaby.com, and he was the #1 folk artist on onstage.com.  Andy was also nominated for Best of State in Utah, featured on iTunes’ Acoustic Long Island podcast (#1 acoustic podcast), featured on the compilation album A Father’s Love, and featured several times on TV.  Andy’s songs were heralded as “possibly the best written music in the state” by Event News Weekly.

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