- Missy Andersen
February 10, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
~MISSY & HEINE ANDERSEN~
FRIDAY • FEBRUARY 10TH • 7:30PM
TICKETS $15.00 Online and at the door
Two-time Blue Music Award nominee, Missy Andersen is joined by guitarist/bandleader/husband, Heine Andersen for another tour of the Southwest in February 2017. Besides a heavy performing schedule with their band, the tenacious twosome also performs as a duo which showcases the couple’s individual and combined talents. In the absence of other instruments, listeners find a greater appreciation for Missy’s gospel-tinged vocals and Heine’s ‘history of the blues’ inspired guitar work.
A charismatic performer known for her expressive and earthy vocals, Missy Andersen received the coveted Blues Music Award nomination for Soul Blues Female Artist in 2015 and then again in 2016. Raised in Queens, NY, Missy grew up singing along to the blues, soul, and gospel music of her parents and grandparents. These influences are evident whether it’s a slow, soul ballad or a belting blues.
Originally from the country of Denmark, Heine Andersen has toured extensively in both Europe and North America, playing some of the most prestigious stages and festivals including Montreux Jazz Fest, Notodden Blues Festival, and Piazza Blues Festival over his 25 years blues career.
“Missy Andersen proves beyond a doubt that she’s the real deal.”
–Washington Blues Society Bluesletter / By Malcolm Kennedy / October 2009
2016 Blues Music Awards nominee, Soul Blues Artist Female 2015 San Diego Music Awards nominee, Best Blues Album 2015 Blues Blast Awards nominee, Soul Blues Album and Blues Female Artist 2015 Blues Music Awards nominee, Soul Blues Artist Female 2014 San Diego Blues Award nominee, Best Blues 2014 Living Blues Radio Charts Top 50 Albums 2014 Blues Matters Writer’s Poll, Best Newcomer, runner up 2011 San Diego Blues Awards nominee, Best Blues 2010 Real Blues Top 100, Best Debut Female 2010 Real Blues Top 100, Best CD Female
Venue: Sunflower Theatre
Located in the historic Basin Industrial Bank building adjacent to the KSJD radio studios in downtown Cortez, Colorado.