Andy Carter - Head of Media

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Andy Carter is a graduate of Mercer University and currently lives in Macon with his wife Aimee. He works his day job at his alma mater as the Coordinator of Annual Giving, but can usually be found around town capturing local life with his trusty Nikon.

Andy joined The Blue Indian crew in 2013 after he met Luke at New City Church Downtown and discovered their mutual love of good local music. He is a huge fan of post-rock, emo, and electronica. Moose Blood, The Lymbyc System, and Lights & Motion are currently in heavy rotation.

Other projects include local Macon lifestyle blog Macon Made, automotive blog, and the Average Squad.

Andy Carter's Latest Contributions

O’Brother Live at Georgia Theatre

Atlanta band O’Brother treated to us to an incredible, emotional set at Athen’s Georgia Theatre.

Video Premier: Good Night Alive – “Killing You Slow”

Good Night Alive released this spooky video for their new song “Killing You Slow” just in time for Halloween!


MODERN BASEBALL performs “@CHL03K” and “Fine, Great” for an Acoustic Alley session recorded December 2014. Enjoy!

Acoustic Alley: THE VESPERS

Folk-pop act THE VESPERS stopped through Macon at The 567 last November and took some time to record this beautiful ACOUSTIC ALLEY session with us!

Acoustic Alley: ELIOT BRONSON

Atlanta-based songwriter Eliot Bronson came to Macon last fall and played us a few songs off of his self-titled new album. The record, which was produced by award-winning producer, Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Nikki Lane), has been embraced by non-commercial radio stations around the country as well as Sirius XM’s Outlaw Country. Eliot […]

Acoustic Alley: REWIND RETRY

New Macon band REWIND RETRY visits The Blue Indian’s Acoustic Alley to share two songs off of their upcoming EP.

Acoustic Alley: WATER LIARS

WATER LIARS stopped in Macon in mid-September for a show at The Hummingbird Stage & Taproom and recorded this beautiful Acoustic Alley session early in the evening.

Acoustic Alley: TRIATHALON

We recently caught up with Savannah-based four-piece ensemble, Triathalon, when they were in Macon opening for the Reptar in October. The band channels the surf-rock tones and harmonies of the early ’60s, drawing inspiration from Brian Wilson and Joe Meek. The band’s debut full-length album, Lo-Tide, was released October 21st via Broken Circles Records and […]

Acoustic Alley: STOKESWOOD

STOKESWOOD recorded a wonderful Acoustic Alley session with us prior to their September 5th show at the Cox Capitol Theatre, playing songs from their newest album.