(Photo Credit: Scott Munn)

Andrew Sisk writes songs. He puts his soul into it. So, he uses songwriting whenever he can, like to shake off the darkness of winter, or mend a broken heart, or capture a beautiful moment, or to teach children.  Songs have always been his work.   

Andrew Sisk emerged from the forests of New Brunswick into the Canadian music scene in mid-2000s playing in bands like The Sleepless Nights, Share, Jenn Grant, and the Prospectors’ Union before moving to Montreal to begin his solo projects (Andrew Sisk, Coco et co.)  Despite being an independent artist he has made 12 releases in his 15 year career, including the art project The Passing of the Buffalo- by Buckskin” .


His surreptitious career has had highlights where his songs have appeared in Radio, Television, and film, as well as, had songs covered by other artists like songstress Christina Martin and Blue Rodeo’s Greg Keelor. Perhaps most notably his songs were acknowledged with the release of a tribute album, “We Have the Same Lights Overhead“(2013), by the Acadian Embassy label which featured many of his celebrated peers recording versions of his songs.