Andrew St. James “In The Morning” premieres at SF Weekly

Andrew St. James “In The Morning” premieres at SF Weekly


 The Big Ole Veronica Apology Record out June 16th


Bicoastal tour starts June 13th


Comparisons to Dylan might downplay St. James’ ability.

 – Surviving the Golden Age

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Andrew St. James is happy to announce that “In The Morning” from his forthcoming full length recording The Big Ole Veronica Apology Record (out June 16th via Island Jar Records) has premiered at SF Weekly. A run of dates in support of the release begins at the Soda Bar in San Diego, CA on June 13th. Just serviced to radio, the record has already been added to 42 stations nationally!

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Andrew St. James on tour:

6.13    San Diego, CA                     Soda Bar
6.15    Los Angeles, CA                  Satellite Club
6.16    San Francisco, CA               Swedish American Hall
6.19    Seattle, WA                           Tractor Tavern
6.25    Washington, DC                  DC9
6.27    New York, NY                       Piano’s
6.28    Philadelphia, PA                  World Café Live

Andrew St. James burnishes precise, eloquent pop songs to a high sheen with a sonic cloth woven of dizzy psychedelia. Born of a stranger-than-fiction life filled with intrigue and truly prodigious creative output, St. James is already barreling along at escape velocity.

Reminds me of a very young Bob Dylan and Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes.”
– Aaron Axelsen, Live 105

Seemingly destined for the arts (St. James was conceived during the 1994 Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge tour by birth parents working in the live music realm), his first job was singing in the San Francisco Opera as a ten year old. He discovered late 1960’s rock, taught himself how to play piano, and started writing songs.

Heir to the indie-folk troubadours of yore, St James somehow always seems to top himself.– The Wild Honey Pie

Doldrums was released in September 2013, and his sophomore album The Shakes was released that October. Then it got complicated. With one Veronica as a girlfriend and another as a manager, St. James found himself stuck; mired in a life of outrageous partying and constant waiting. Then, suddenly, St. James found himself Veronica-less. “I never got a chance to apologize to the Veronica’s for my part in our falling out. I decided I would make a record to serve that purpose.”

Fans of Ryan Adams and the Flaming Lips alike will find a kindred spirit in St. James.
– Amazon Music



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