Andy Coffey – Biography
Andy Coffey has been called many things; short, bald, barking mad, cute, a creative genius (… actually, I think he calls himself that). But, it is true to say that without Andy, Sacred Wind may never have made it into your particular reality. And we thank him for that. After a brief foray into music journalism, and an attempt at rock superstardom in the late eighties, Andy eventually carved out a successful career in something called ‘IT’ for the best part of twenty years, attaining a Senior Management position in a company dealing with software production and IT service management. He tells me that he was a bit of a guru, by all accounts. However, the music bug never really left him, and in fact he recorded two albums with his band, ‘The Quest’, in the nineties (he tells meus dissertation help that the second one was really good). Oh, he plays drums, and apparently his drum kit is nearly as big as Agnar’s.
He developed an interest in music technology and composition. This initially caused him some confusion as he had to learn to play keyboards, discovering that hitting them with drumsticks didn’t really achieve the desired results… and was more expensive.
We first managed to cross the dimensional barrier to communicate with Andy about Sacred Wind in late 2010 (your time). Having voices in his head was a bit of a shock for him at first, but he soon got used to it. So, after working with him closely for over two years, he’s now produced the Sacred Wind books and debut album, for reading and listening pleasure in your reality.He lives with his partner, Jo, and their cat (Theo) in a little town called Frodsham, in the UK. Apparently they can fart whenever and wherever they like. He has a son, Adam; a step-daughter, Zoë, and a step-son, Johnny.
He’s a good lad but he needs a bigger weapon… (that pocket knife will never do).