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Jan. 28, 2019Feature | Morning Conversation
(Photo courtesy of Luke Andrews)
A 2015 Worth County High School graduate is currently on tour playing guitar for the Christian rock band Ledger. Luke Andrews says after graduation he moved to Nashville and got his break touring with country music artist, Terri Clark.
"I went out with her for a bit and really kind of got a grasp about what country music is about. It's like America's genre of music. Did that, stayed with her for about a year. Then I got a call from Sugarland, worked with them for just really quick before I got a call from a guy named Brett Eldredge who I toured all across America and Canada, and kind of all over the place with him all summer. I was out with him and had a really good time with those guys. Then I got a call from a friend I met on the road about four years ago who needed a guitar player for a Christian rock band, and honestly, that's kind of where my heart's at."
Andrews is now with Ledger, which this past weekend gave performances as part of Winterjam: in Des Moines this past Friday, Saturday at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, and last night in St. Louis.