Andy Curran, bassist and co-lead vocalist of Canadian legends Coney Hatch, talks about his new project with Rush‘s Alex Lifeson called Envy Of None. Andy gives us the ins and outs of forming the band and how their unique sound was constructed. Andy also discusses singer Maiah Wynne and her influence on the band’s sound. He tells us whether or not the departure in musical style from Rush and Coney Hatch was intentional, if they were concerned with fans not liking this new direction, and the importance of the album cover art.
Will there be a tour?
Will we see more music from Envy Of None in the future?
Be sure to enjoy every second of this deep dive into the Envy Of None project with the graciously warm and friendly Andy Curran as he answers these questions and more!!
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Hello everyone! My name is Scott Itter, but some know me as Dr. Music. I am a music journalist and photographer out of the Chicagoland area, and I have been in practice for over 20 years. I grew up in the 70’s with two big brothers that showed me all kinds of rock and roll. As I grew older I ventured out into different genres like jazz, funk, folk, and whatever else I could wrap my ears around. As I read every liner note and every Circus and Hit Parader like they were the Old and New Testament, I came to realize that I just love sound and appreciate all the people that create it.
I later became a stay-at-home dad and started honing my writing and photography skills to keep my mind from turning into mashed peas. My kids are now adults, my mind is only slightly mushy, and I am thrilled to have the honor of presenting my work to you!