Andy Offutt Irwin | Sister True (Live)

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Sister True (Live)

by Andy Offutt Irwin

Recorded live at the National Storytelling Festival – this award winning humorist, storyteller and troubadour makes us laugh and think acutely about racism, sexism, fireworks and and the importance of community based practical jokes.
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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1. Sister True (Live)
47:31 album only
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2. The Embryville Volunteer Fire Department (Live)
2:30 $0.99
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3. Marguerite & the Phantom Janitor (Live)
13:20 $0.99
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4. Upidstay, Umday, Ainbray (Live)
7:59 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With a silly putty voice, hilarious heart-filled stories, and amazing mouth noises (arguably, the greatest whistler in the world) one-person-showman, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. His storytelling recordings have garnered him a whole bunch of awards. He travels all over North America, but when he’s home, he gets to ride his bike where he grew up, in Covington, Georgia.
He thinks he’s funny.

Andy's four previous storytelling albums have won him Storytelling World Awards, and two of his records – Christmas at Southern White Old Lady Hospital and Bootsie in Season – have won, "Best Storytelling Album" from the Just Plain Folks Awards.

On the last cut of the album, Sister True, Andy is joined on stage by the aspiring composer, Bil Lepp in the raucous children's song (or, rather, a grown-up song about children), "Upidstay, Umday, Ainbray."
Yikes.


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