A 60's pop singer turned solo artist will be performing at the Princess Pavillion in Falmouth next month.

Andy Fairweather Low — founder member and lead singer of chart-topping 1960s pop band Amen Corner and an internationally renowned guitarist, songwriter, vocalist and producer — will perform at Falmouth’s Princess Pavilion on Friday, July 1 alongside his band, The Low Riders.

Andy first shot to prominence as lead singer of the 1960’s pop band Amen Corner, with four successive Top Ten Hits like 'Bend Me Shape Me,' 'Hello Suzy' and the chart topping number one, '(If Paradise is) Half as Nice' still hailed internationally to this day.

When the band split, Andy set up a new group, Fairweather, which charted with 'Natural Sinner,' before a solo career with hits like 'Reggae Tune,' 'Be Bop ‘N Holla' and 'Wide Eyed and Legless.'

Andy also established himself as the 'go to' guitarist for several artists, leading to collaborations with the likes of Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, David Crosby, The Band, Elton John, Dave Gilmour, The Who, BB King, Joe Cocker, Steve Winwood, the Bee Gees, Bonnie Raitt, Otis Rush and Jackson Browne to name a few.

Andy Fairweather Low and The Lowriders are currently supporting several dates on Eric Clapton’s European tour, including two concerts at the Royal Albert Hall.

The Princess Pavilion date will be the band’s first back on UK soil as they continue their On The Road Again 2021/22 UK Tour, and promises the sweet, soulful melodies that have made Andy an international star.

The band comprises Andy Fairweather Low on guitar and vocals, Ian Jennings on bass, Paul Beavis on drums, Nick Pentelow on sax and clarinet, and Richard Milner on organ and vocals.