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Andrew DansbyEntertainment Writer, Houston Chronicle

Andrew Dansby covers music and other entertainment, both local and national, for the Houston Chronicle, 29-95.com and chron.com. He previously assisted the editor for George R.R. Martin, author of "Game of Thrones" and later worked on three "major" motion pictures you've never seen. That short spell in the film business nudged him into writing, first as a freelancer and later with Rolling Stone. He came to the Chronicle in 2004 as an entertainment editor and has since moved to writing full time.

Andrew dislikes monkeys, dolphins and the outdoors. He has no pets.

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Recent Stories By Andrew Dansby

Singer-songwriter Guy Clark's works became hits for many country stars.
Sturgill Simpson, outside Butcher Shoppe Studios in Nashville, March 21, 2016. On his new album, “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” Simpson, an idiosyncratic and bracing singer, bends his voice around countrypolitan, rockabilly, blues, soul and Southern rock. (Jake Giles Netter/The New York Times)
Director Eileen J. Morris during the August Wilson's play "Two Trains Running" at the Ensemble Theater, January 19, 2005. Special to the Chronicle/Meenu Bhardwaj     HOUCHRON CAPTION (02/11/2005) SECSTAR COLOR:  HISTORY LESSON:  Director Eileen Morris did extensive research on the historical background associated with the neighborhood and restaurant on which "Two Trains Running" is based.
Playwright John Harvey discusses his play, "Rome" with director Jennifer Decker.
The Houston Symphony presents a tribute to  David Bowie on June 11.
Bobby Bare
A poster for the documentary "Vaxxed: From Cover Up to Catastrophe."
Darius Rucker performs at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo at NRG Stadium, Friday, March 11, 2016.

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