Andrew Gill

Tribute shows, bee-bop jazz, and St. Patrick’s Day

Photo by Don Teuton

Andrew Gill is a talented singer/songwriter who’s been around the Savannah music scene for awhile now, making a name for himself along the way. Here, he talks about his first ever professional performance, how crazy St. Patrick’s Day is, his connection to Greg Allman, and more.

1. Favorite performances by other Savannah Artists …

My favorite local performances are when everyone comes together and does a big show or a tribute to a work of art!

2. If you could play anywhere in Savannah, no matter how crazy, where would it be?

I’ve played Forsyth Park once before, I really dig that atmosphere.

3. Describe your first professional performance …

My first professional performance was to a sold out crowd at the Lucas Theater for a hurricane benefit. I was scared to death!

4. Craziest performance you ever had …

My craziest performance probably happens every year on St. Patrick’s Day.

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5. Favorite key to play in?

My favorite key has always been E. I am not sure why, but I think because I have a weird connection to Gregg Allman.

6. Some Savannah artists you dig?

I really enjoy the Train Wrecks, Eric Britt, Greg Williams, Josh Johansson, and Kellen Powers.

7. Any secret music indulgences?

I do have a secret music indulgence that I don’t advertise, but I love to listen to the Bebop jazz stations on Spotify and Napster.

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