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Greensky Bluegrass and Andy Frasco & The U.N. filled the stage in Hollywood to perform a Stevie Wonder cover on Saturday night.
Party band Andy Frasco & The U.N. confirmed the first series of dates for their upcoming fall tour.
The Revivalists closed out a hometown show at The Fillmore New Orleans with their debut cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son” featuring special guests Roosevelt Collier and Andy Frasco.
The JamBase Podcast Episode 33 features the debut of the “Cast Away” segment featuring an interview with musician and podcaster Andy Frasco as well as The Rundown recap of recent news items.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Gary Clark Jr. and Andy Frasco and the UN.
The latest episode of ‘Andy Frasco’s World Saving Podcast’ features a riveting chat with 15-year-old guitarist Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer.
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About Andy Frasco
Andy Frasco, a twenty-three blues/jazz musician hailing from the San Fernando Valley in Southern California, is nothing short of an enigma. Influenced by Damien Rice, Sam Cooke, Professor Longhair, Van Morrison and Tom Waits, Frasco’s style is as uninhibited as those artists who inspire him. Let’s call it Party Blues.
Within the past three years alone, Frasco has trekked over 120,000 miles, performed over 700 shows, with spanning over 6 countries. Frasco’s journey, however, is just beginning. This revolutionary is on a mission to alter the music business as we know it.
Frasco’s a rarity in the music business: one who is an industry “insider” and a talented musician. This unparalleled insight is due, in part, to his days of managing and promoting bands when he was 16 years old. He’s booked bands like HelloGoodbye, and worked with labels and venues such as Drive Thru, Atlantic Records and The Key Club in Hollywood, Ca.
What’s more, Frasco does not come from a musical background. His family played no instruments, and it wasn’t until the age of 17 that Frasco met his soul mate: the piano. At 19 years old, Frasco traveled to New York to work with friend and colleague Jordan Stilwell, producing his first album Growth and Progress. From there, Frasco toured the country with VH1’s Save the Music Foundation, raising money for Music Education in the Public Schools.
Yet 220 shows in 360 days through 33 states that he personally booked on the Save the Music Tour wasn’t enough for this young prodigy. Frasco headed back to Los Angeles to form his own band and produce his third and current album, Love, You’re Just Too Expensive. Frasco continues to prove that he is a dynamic force with which to be reckoned, as listeners marvel at his talent and soulful performances wherever he goes.
Andy Frasco has jammed with artists such as Leon Russell, Galactic, Jakob Dylan, Pretty Lights, Butch Walker, The Flobots, Spill Canvas, Suburban Legends, Nural, Tyler Hilton, & John Mayer.
In 2011 alone, Frasco received musician of the year at showcases such as Sundance Film Festival, HatchFest, Orion’s Music Festival and the European Independent Film Festival.
Frasco may just be the “Second Coming” of blues music for this emerging generation, changing the course of mainstream music in a blazing path of glory that will someday take him home.
Andy Plays: Yamaha CP 33 Electric Piano – Nord N2 Organ – Motion Sound Kp – 500 Power Amp – Motion Sound Pro – 3x Leslie Rotary…
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Dr. Dog will begin 2020 with a month-long winter tour.
Co-founding The Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman discussed his potential participation in a band reunion.
New Instagram and Twitter accounts for supergroup Oysterhead featuring Trey Anastasio of Phish, Primus’ Les Claypool and The Police’s Stewart Copeland were launched overnight.
The Dave Matthews Band, Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails are among the nominees for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 2020.