(1924 – 1989). Kevin Andrews was a scholar, writer, poet, musician and philhellene.
He lived in Greece for several years and studied Greek history, as well as the Greek language and tradition. He became close with Simon Karas, with whom he also collaborated.
He worked with Domna Samiou in the recording of songs (he played the flute) as well as poetical translations of the songs' lyrics. He tragically drowned in Cythera, on September 1, 1989, leaving untranslated the lyrics of the record Songs about Greeks far from home. He had only translated one of the record's songs (When you go off to foreign lands) at the time of his death.