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Tim Andrews

Tim Andrews

Real Name:Chris Andrews
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Tim a.k.a. Chris Andrews is a British singer-songwriter and recording artist, born in Battersea, London. As a singer-musician he played in seminal psychedelic and freakbeat bands Fleur De Lys and Ruperts People. As a solo artist Andrews he released a string of notable psychedelic pop singles between 1966-70, changing his name to Tim "Chris" Andrews (to distinguish from the prominent British songwriter Christopher Andrews). In that period he worked with Paul Korda, then produced The Fourmyula in 1970 (as Chris Andrews). Between 1978-85 he issued New Wave and synthpop recordings under the name Kris Ryder, sometimes partnering with Andy Desmond. Andrews has also written songs for The Casuals, Roger Daltrey, Julia Downes, David Essex, Silk, Florence Warner, and Davy Jones (Monkees)--Andrews wrote and produced Jones's last single, "Written in Your Heart" (2012). In recent years Andrews has written musicals and has worked with Tony Mansfield and George McFarlane.

Sites:Bandcamp , Facebook
Aliases:Chris Andrews (7), Kris Ryder
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