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Andrew Foster was born on 4 October, 1980. Discover Andrew Foster's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
|Age||41 years old|
|Born||4 October 1980|
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Andrew Foster Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Foster has released two EPs, Russell’s Teapot and New Criterion, which were recorded in a project studio in 2012, produced by Guy Gyngell, now a producer, originally from the Portsmouth-based indie band Ricky.
In an article published by The News Portsmouth entitled "A Weekend with: Andrew Foster", Foster revealed a friendship with comedian Shappi Khorsandi and his love of Karl Pilkington, Downton Abbey, Doctor Who and Sherlock. The article also outlined Foster’s favourite food to be Spaghetti Bolognese and favourite local day out to be at Kingley Vale in West Stoke Hampshire.
Foster has spent 2013 working with Beady Eye mastering engineer Pete Maher on his album Science and Magic, which is due for release in 2014.
A limited edition EP sampler from Science and Magic was sold at Foster's gigs in early 2013.
Foster performed a headline show at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre in Havant on 20 June 2013.
In the summer of 2013, Foster was mentioned in The Isle of Wight County Press as having played the Kashmir Tent at The Isle of Wight Festival. Foster is also noted to have played the Big Top Stage at Wickham Festival 2013.
In 2012 the EP Russell's Teapot was released. The EP name is said to be inspired by Bertrand Russell and his analogy using the idea of a cosmic teapot. Russell wrote that the philosophic burden of proof lies upon a person making scientifically unfalsifiable claims rather than shifting the burden of proof to others, specifically in the case of religion. The first track of the EP, "Memory Maze", was played on BBC Radio 6 music on the BBC Introducing show. The second song, "I, Alone", includes vocals from Leonie Tremain, who sang the backing vocals on the Eva Cassidy album Somewhere.
The EP New Criterion was released in September 2012. The cover art for this photograph, also entitled New Criterion, was taken by Aaron Bennett Photography and won an award from the National Photographic Society in 2013.
In the summer of 2012, Foster played the Kashmir Tent at the Isle of Wight Festival.
On 6 March 2011, the album Panic Moon was released; along with an unofficial video for track 7 "Dark Astronaut". This homemade video was made by Foster himself and was based on the adventures of Morph and Doctor Who.
On 8 March 2011, Foster featured in a studio session live on Pure FM playing tracks "Zombie Dance" and "Amy Watches the Stars" from Panic Moon.
Foster and the Watchman played songs from Media Ghost, Panic Moon, The Garden and EP Watching Clocks in a show at The New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth on 4 December 2011. The show started with Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 transmission playing and finished with a cover of the song "The Great Pretender" by The Platters. This was reviewed in the Portsmouth News. The show was recorded and sold on digital download format. To date this remains the only live album in Foster’s catalogue.
On 21 January 2010 The News Portsmouth published an article about Foster and a gig he was due to play at The Square Brewery, Petersfield. The article quoted Foster’s review from Acoustic Magazine and outlined his plans for his second studio album.
Foster's second album, The Garden, was released on 11 May 2010. In early 2013 the title track was remixed by Kassassin Street’s Rowan Bastable, featuring Nathan Hill on percussion. This remix was mastered by Pete Maher, a producer for Beady Eye and U2. Foster was supported by Seahorses’ Chris Helme at the launch of The Garden at the Half Moon, Putney. The art work for the album was created by American artist Helen Janow.
In 2010, 2011, and 2012, Foster toured the UK supporting English Rock vocalist and guitarist Terry Reid. Foster toured with Reid in early 2013, playing various venues across the South of England including The Komedia in Brighton and The Borderline in London.
Foster was also seen supporting McFly on 18 July 2008 at the Big Top Festival in Newquay.
The first release on the new label was on 1 March 2007 and EP entitled Watching Clocks. This featured The Stranglers' drum technician Ian Barnard on drums and 300 copies were sold in limited edition CD format. Watching Clocks EP was the precursor to Foster’s debut album, Media Ghost, which was released on 8 September 2008 in CD and digital download. Foster toured the UK promoting his album selling over 1000 CDs. The release did not chart as sales were not counted for that period.
On 31 August 2007, Foster supported Hard-Fi as they were Number One in the UK Official Charts. The gig promoted the release of their second studio album Once Upon a Time in the West and was played at South Parade Pier in Portsmouth.
By the summer of 2006, Foster had finished working at Gold Crest Audio in Soho, and moved back to Portsmouth.