Andrew Black

Andrew Black

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Andrew Black is a professional guitarist/vocalist who performs as a solo act and with his band. His music encompasses many styles and genres, including blues, jazz, southern rock and country. His distinct soulful voice and sweet guitar licks cut right to the heart.

Biography

Andrew Black is a mainstay in the Atlanta music scene, and is regarded by many as the best vocalist in the Atlanta area. Andrew is a professional guitarist/vocalist/songwriter and performs with his band and solo. When performing with his band, his shows are high energy blues rock/rock/soul. His solo performances are very “full”, given Andrew’s skills, technique and ability. He began playing open mike nights in the Atlanta area in 1992, and it wasn’t long before he formed his own band and made his mark in the local music scene. He has since toured all over the country, both as a solo act and with his band. His music encompasses many styles and genres, including blues, jazz, southern rock and country. His distinct soulful voice and sweet guitar licks cut right to the heart. It isn’t difficult to hear the influences of some of his heroes in his music, including Albert King, George Benson, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Prince, to name a few. Andrew has shared the stage with many great musicians, including Barry Richman, Tom Gross, Sean O’Rourke, The Derek Trucks Band, with Yosi Piamenta, John McKnight, Yonrico Scott, Jack Hall, Jimmy Herring, Jeff Sipe, Oliver Wood, Count M’Butu, Tinsley Ellis, Derek St. Homes, Chuck Rainey, John Schwenke, Charlie Wooten, Zack Brown, Coy Bowles, Mo from Mothers Finest, Caroline Aiken, Bill Sheffield, Wayne "Bear” Sauls, Donnie McCormick, Sean Costello, Joe “Lex” Luther to name a few. In addition to performing solo shows throughout the southeast, Andrew tours with the Andrew Black Band.

Discography

Discography (including guest appearances on other artists’ CDs)::

Andrew Black, “Andrew Black Live at Fee-Lay Gumbo”
Andrew Black, “Live Then and Now”
Andrew Black, “Live Then and Now 2”
Barry Richman, “Blues from Mars “
Barry Richman, “Blues from Mars 2”
Barry Richman, “Live at the Brandyhouse”
Mark Cook, “Blue Voodoo”
Jodi Zorzi, “No Judgments”
Forrest McDonald, “Color Blind”
Forrest McDonald, “Forrest McDonald Live”