• indigo-smallChrissy Andrew (Nee Courtenay) – Vocals Stewart Talve -Guitar & Vocals Dave Heald -Bass Guitar Richard Forcey -Drums
  •  With regular appearances by Ian “Crofty” Beecroft on Harp, Sax & Flute


Contact: Chrissy 62614476

Richard: 0413242622

INDIGO was formed in New Norfolk for a one-off fundraising gig for the Rotary Club.

Too much fun was had and they decided to make it a permanent band, playing the music they love …

for lovers of music

Chrissy Andrew

Born in Sydney. Started singing at age 16.

First Professional Gig supporting Wendy Saddington, Jeff St. John & Chain.

Career Highlights include performing with Ricky May, Phil Emmanuel & Dutch Tilders, support band for Jimmy Barnes & Bondi Cigars, meeting Buddy Guy in Chicago and singing with his band at his club “Blues Legends”, singing with George Harrison on Hamilton Island and recording with him at his home Studio in England.

Stewart Talve

Born in Sydney. Started playing guitar in late teens. First discovered the acoustic Delta and East Coast styles, then progressed to Urban Chicago Blues ala Muddy Waters, then the Uptown Swing of T-Bone, Gatemouth Brown and Louis Jordan, which led to Jazz Guitar styles.

Since the mid-1980’s have played in numerous Blues bands in NSW and ACT, including Correct Weight, Blues Heelers, Liquid Edge, The Mad Phatters and Muma Jane. Played various festivals, including Goulburn, Narooma, Gosford and Forth.

Dave Heald

Born in Burnie and now living in Hobart, Dave has been playing bass for over 20 years.

Played in various bands, including Whalebone, a Launceston Grunge Band.

Richard Forcey

A veteran of the 60’s, Richard has shared the bill with many legendary names including Chuck Berry, The Animals and Georgie Fame.

He has toured and recorded with R’n’B greats Larry Williams and Johnny “Guitar” Watson, and has extensive experience in a wide range of bands, encompassing genres from Rock “n” Roll through Blues, Soul, Jump, R‘n’B to Jazz.

Richard’s dynamic style combines with Dave’s bass to form the ‘engine room” of INDIGO.

Ian “Crofty” Beecroft

At 68, Ian “Crofty” Beecroft, is one of Tasmania’s longest running music legends; starting out in 1965 with Phil Manning in Hobart, and still blowing, Crofty adds his fairy dust to INDIGO, on harp, sax and flute.

Some pics from our June 2015 gig with Indigo and a few jammers