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‘You Are Home in London’ Full Line-Up Announced For Our Concert Tomorrow (Sunday 16th March) at The St. James Studio in London

Here is the full line-up for our concert at the St. James Studio tomorrow Sunday 16th March: Willemijn Verkaik, Charlotte Wakefield, Laura Main (Sister Bernadette in Call The Midwife), Kim Ismay, Christopher Howell, Gloria Onitiri, Matthew Barrow, Jacinta Whyte, Sophia Ragavelas, Nadine Cox, Edward Baruwa, Andy Coxon, Sophie Isaacs and James Hume :) x http://www.broadwayworld.com/westend/article/Willemijn-Verkaik-Charlotte-Wakefield-and-Laura-Main-Set-for-Anderson-and-Pettys-YOU-ARE-HOME-Full-Lineup-Announced-20140311 […]

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Fall Update

Hello from Anderson & Petty Central…. Welcome to our fall update. The last few months have been fantastically crazy. We’ve finished recording all of our vocalists for the upcoming album ‘You Are Home: The Songs of Anderson & Petty’ both in the USA and the UK.  Barry was in London throughout August and we had […]

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Summer Update – The Album and West End Bares!!!!!

Hi guys, Welcome to our summer update. The last few months have been a whirlwind of activity for us and the results of this will be seen over the coming months. Firstly we wanted to extend our congratulations to Maud Millar who received a special commendation at The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Competition where she […]

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Winter Update

Hi guys, I hope that you are all beginning to feel the festive spirit, we most certainly are. The last few months have been incredibly busy for us and as always there is a lot more to come. We finally debuted our two new songs last weekend both commissioned by the wonderful charity The Make […]

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Fall Update

Hi guys, We hope this finds you well.  Well, the leaves are beginning to fall and summer is finally over. Which means that Christmas is right around the corner, which always makes us happy. As usual we are busy working on new projects and we can’t wait for you to see and hear what’s coming.  […]

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Tell Me

Pop ballad. A man’s plea to hear the truth about his cheating wife’s feelings.