Singer-songwriter Andrew Belle is currently on tour in support of his new album, “Black Bear.” He’ll play The Millroom (67 Asheville Ave.) on Sunday, Nov. 17. Leagues also performs. 9 p.m., $10/$12.
According to a press release, “Since his debut in 2008, Belle has toured with Katie Herzig, Greg Laswell, Ben Rector, Madi Diaz and The Milk Carton Kids and is a member of the critically acclaimed national touring group Ten Out Of Tenn. Belle’s songs have also been featured in various television programs, including ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ ‘Castle’ and ‘Vampire Diaries.’ In 2009, he was awarded Grand Prize in the Pop category as part of the ‘The John Lennon Songwriting Contest’ and MTV named him ‘Best Breakout Artist, Chicago.’”
New album “Black Bear” is “the follow up to Belle’s acclaimed 2010 full-length debut, ‘The Ladder,’ which reached #1 on iTunes’ Singer/Songwriter chart and #21 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart.” It was recorded at Blackwatch Studios in Norman, OK and was produced and recorded by Chad Copelin. “Of the new material, Belle comments, ‘Black Bear is an album that conceptually reflects and touches on all of the most important relationships in my life. It’s a dialogue and a wrestling with God—a continuation of the story that I began with “The Ladder.”'”