Slow Andy
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Slow Andy

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The best kept secret in music


"Band of the Week"

From the moment that I heard the first note of "[They're Coming to Get You] Barbara," I just knew I had to share it with everyone I know. Slow Andy is a York-based punk band, and "Barbara" is just one of their songs that I love. The band has just finished recording their new album which will be released soon, and I for one can't wait to hear it! -

"Excerpt from Fly Magazine band profile"

Slow Andy really have developed a credible sound, kind of a punk rock pastiche that’s both catchy and bad-ass. It’s equal parts Ramones, Misfits and Dead Kennedys, and it rocks hard in a trashy, low-fi kind of way. - The Fly magazine

"Excerpt from a review of performance at Shippensburg U"

The local music series saved the best for last. York-based band, Slow Andy had great stage presence and obvious professionalism.

“A lot of our songs are about vampires, death and a lot of other weird stuff,” lead singer Jamie Keagy said.

The band’s first song was a hard-thrashing metal-esque song with a few mini-solos played by the lead guitarist Scotty “Five-O.”

...The band’s set was fun and powerful... lulling in and out of metal and punk chords.
- The Slate Online


We have released nine free EPs at various shows over the years, and most of our music was available at one point as a free download on In november 2006, we professionally recorded a full length album, which is currently being mixed, and should see release by mid 2007.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Every member of the band comes from a vastly different musical background. Jimbo brings rockabilly and oldschooler punk (Ramones, Misfits, etc.) to the table, Scotty Five-o has a guilty penchant for 80s metal, Dunphy listens to Nine Inch Nails, Ministry & Crass, and The Cory, well, he listens to emo stuff. That's okay though, because he's crazy on the drums.

Our music is founded on punk rock, but has elements of rockabilly, surf, the slightest hint of country. We sing songs about horror movies, the Borg, getting blown off on Leave it to Beaver, and dead-end janitorial jobs. We've been playing around Central PA since what, May 2002?

Check out the music and videos and pictures at our Myspace page -