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Andy White

dr, 1930-2015 US
Musician of Rock and Pop
A.k.a. Andrew McLuckie White

Born: July 27th 1930 Glasgow, Scotland Died: November 9th 2015 New Jersey, USA. Scottish rock drummer. Brought in by George Martin to replace Ringo Starr on versions of Love Me Do and its B-side, PS I Love You, The Beatles' first single. The first pressing featured an earlier take with Ringo but later pressings featured the White version. Other notable sessions include Shout by Lulu, It's Not Unusual by Tom Jones and the What's New Pussycat soundtrack with Burt Bacharach whom he toured with as the backing band to Marlene Dietrich. Note: For the singer/songwriter use Andy White (4)

  • Drums
  • Electric guitar
  • Rock
  • Pop
  • R&B/Soul
  • Jazz
  • Country

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