March 30, 2012
Traditions Cafe (downtown Olympia)
A singer-songwriter who is able to muster passion, hope and grace after 15 years in the unsung folk genre. Andrew lives in Olympia, Washington with his wife and 6 children. Andrew is stained by the writing style of David Wilcox, the laid back groove of Jack Johnson, the simplicity of CASH, the musicality of Dave Matthews and the over all vibe of Bill Mallonee. Having played with many nationally known acts all over the country. Andrew still finds solace in smaller more intimate venues filled with fellow sojourners. A lowercase singer-songwriter trying to pen the missing chapters of his fallen narrative. "Music is my compass, it teaches me about who I am, it guides me in who I long to be, and it leads me into providential moments that dare to see the world with fearless hope." Andrew's not at all that hard to figure out. He's just a neo-hippy poet musing on theology and sociology from a post modern perspective. He simply finds the sacred in the ordinary, the humor in the serious, and the tranquil in the noise that surrounds us all. Listen at your own peril.
"From the moment the curtain rises, you will encounter a night of music that is both healing and provoking. A masterful storyteller." Rick Palmer
Landers joins The Adventure Project to change the face of the water crisis. Not with charity. But with jobs.
Tragically, 1/3 of all wells drilled in the last 20 years are now broken. Often there's no tools, spare parts, or trained mechanics to fix them.
So Landers is proud to partner with The Adventure Project to help expand and accelerate a well mechanics program across rural India. This is the most effective way to ensure people have sustainable access to clean water.
Every $550 we raise trains and equips one water well mechanic.
And here's the really cool part: That one well mechanic will care for 50 wells which will ensure clean water for 5,000 people!
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