Andy Hughes is an award-winning and chart-topping singer-songwriter who has been a staple of the Midwest alternative music scene for more than 20 years. For much of that time, Andy has been the front man and songwriter for the successful ska/reggae band, TUGG. With TUGG, Andy has toured the U.S. with The Wailers, The Dirty Heads, Passafire, and more. A life-long fan of classic country - Hughes counts Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, and John Prine among his influences. Over the last few years, Hughes has released 2 albums. 2017’s “Heartland and Heartache” which drew comparisons to classic country singers like Cash and contemporary folk artists like Greg Brown and 2019’s Songs for Sunday with his band, The Mighty Few. Andy has been busy out on the road supporting the albums and playing stages with the likes of The Oak Ridge Boys, Joe Diffie, Horseshoes and Handgrenades, Peter Mulvey, Willie Watson, Mike and the Moon Pie’s, Jeffrey Foucault, The Cactus Blossoms and more. In 2021, Hughes, alongside longtime friend and fellow songwriter, Stacy Hanson, started Broken Wrist Records as an entity to help promote and release independent music and beyond.