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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.

Album Launch & Tour 2019

Exciting news dear people! I'm about to launch my new album Live At New Hall with a string of live gigs listed below. So spread the word or come along to a gig if you can - I'd love to have your company xx

Friday, May 17
Bouchon at Bellarine, Bellarine Estate

Sunday, May 19
The Post Office Hotel, Coburg

Saturday, May 25
The Tap Room, Castlemaine

Sunday, May 26
Macedon Railway Hotel, Macedon

Saturday, June 1
Songwriter’s In the Round, Door Gallery Café, Fyansford (Old Papermills) (with Tim Hulsman and Ethan Farmer)

Sunday, June 2
Pistol Pete’s Food N Blues, Geelong

Saturday, June 8
The Old Church On The Hill, Bendigo

Friday, June 14
Blue Bean Love Café, Daylesford

Saturday, June 29
The Mex, Ocean Grove

Sunday, June 30
Lowlight Festival, Lombardys On Hesse, Queenscliff

Saturday, July 6
Bridge Road Brewers, Beechworth

Sunday, July 7
The Wandi Pub, Wandiligong

Sunday, July 28
The Drunken Poet, Melbourne