Canadian bassist teams up with Rush’s Alex Lifeson for Envy of None
Exclusive video interview with FBPO’s Jon Liebman
April 11, 2022
Andy Curran first began making waves in the early ’80s as a bassist and singer with the Canadian hard rock band Coney Hatch. Named after a notorious British insane asylum, the group toured extensively with acts like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Rush and became infamous for its shockingly loud live shows. Following the disbandment of Coney Hatch, Curran struck out on his own, releasing a self-titled solo album in 1990 that would garner him a Juno Award for Most Promising Vocalist as well as a nomination for Best Hard Rock Album. In the years since, he’s played in several bands, including Soho 69, Caramel, and a rock quartet known variously as Drug Plan, Trailer Park and Leisureworld. Curran currently is a member of a reunited Coney Hatch as well as Envy of None, a four-piece Canadian-American rock band consisting of himself, Alex Lifeson, Maiah Wynne and Alfio Annibalini.
Watch our interview with Andy!
See Jon’s blog, with key takeaways from this interview here.