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Born and bred in Geelong, Victoria but living on the Bellarine for the past 20 years, Andrea Robertson has been playing music and writing songs since her early teens. Andrea's debut CD "It's About Time" is a collection of 10 original songs with an organic, very 'real' feel to them, both musically and lyrically. A soulful-blues thread flows throughout the entire album from the first track, the warm and engaging "By My Side", to the catchy, stomping number "It's Not Me" and story-like "New Beginnings", right through to the rocking closing track "Share Some Love" (featuring Chris Wilson on harmonica). "It's About Time" has a very complete feel to it due to the variety of songs featured, but at the same time leaves listeners wanting to hear more of her work. Local musicians on the album include husband, David Robertson, good friends Beau Torrance, Kurt Torrance and Ben Howlett, and also features Australian Blues Legend, Chris Wilson and the Ukulele Queen of the Bellarine, Sarah Carroll.

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About the album Title

Andrea Robertson

For those of you wanting to know why I've titled my album "It's About Time", here is a little story of how it came about........

After many years of writing and performing my original songs and not having done any serious recording, I was asked the same question by many people, which was, "When are you going to record a CD so I can listen to some of your songs?". After much pushing and prodding by David (husband), I finally took the plunge, selected 10 songs out of a long list of originals and started the recording process in February 2013, enlisting the help of the one and only Beau Torrance prior to him heading over to W.A.  So as I was asked that same question by friends and people who liked my music, I was able to answer them with "Actually, I'm in the process of recording a CD now" to which I received a fairly standard and emphatic reply of "It's about time!".  When it came to the stage that I needed to make a decision about a title for my CD, it seemed to be a fitting choice.

And therein lies the story of how my CD received it's title.