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Andy Wallace (keyboard)

Andy Wallace
Born (1970-12-22) December 22, 1970 (age 43)
Reading, United Kingdom
Genres Pop
Instruments keyboards, Hammond
Associated acts Hamish Stuart (2001)
David Bowie
Daryl Hall
Tom Jones
Claire Martin (2000-2001)
Whitney Houston
Robbie Williams (1997-2003)
Roger Waters

Andy Wallace (born (1970-12-22)December 22, 1970, in United Kingdom) best known for his association with Pink Floyd's former member Roger Waters.

Musical Influences

His father, a talented jazz musicians and mother, who listened to James Brown, Sam Cooke and other Motown singers. Major musical influences include Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, Al Green, The Isley Brothers and Marvin Gaye. Gaye's "What's Going On" established his musical direction.

For many years he has performed and recorded with Hamish Stuart (Ex The Average White Band,) as a member of his band . He has worked with a wide variety of artistes which include David Bowie, Daryl Hall, Tom Jones, Whitney Houston and most recently, Robbie Williams.

He enjoys playing R&B favouring the Hammond B3. Andy's reputation is fast growing as a songwriter and producer.

In early 2000s, he was on tour with former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters for his In the Flesh tour.


Hamish Stuart

  • Sooner Or Later 1999

Claire Martin

  • Perfect Alibi 2000
  • Every Now & Then: The Very Best Of Claire Martin 2001

Roger Waters

Robbie Williams

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