Andy Suzuki & The Method
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Andy Suzuki & The Method

New York, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2009 | SELF

New York, New York, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2009
Band Pop Alternative




"NYC-Based trio performs for full house"

This is THE band to watch, and anyone with a chance to witness the Andy Suzuki & The Method experience absolutely must. -

"NYDaily News: "Acclaimed Acoustic Pop""

Andy Suzuki & The Method have a winning way with acoustic pop. - New York Daily News

"Time Out New York: Live In-Office Performance"

Suzuki has a silky smooth voice and a deadly way with melody that fans of Bruno Mars and Jason Mraz will dig. - Time Out New York

"Time Out New York: SOB's Show Preview"

"Youngster Andy Suzuki has a voice built for the big time and plays soulful, slightly wistful acoustic pop" - Time Out New York

"NPR: WNYC Gig Alert"

Andy Suzuki, the half-Japanese, half-Jewish frontman of the group, is blessed with a velvet voice that competes with that of any radio soul star. - WNYC

"Keyboard Magazine: Unsigned Artist of the Month"

"Providence, Rhode Island-based singer and songwriter Andy Suzuki brings a stripped-down R&B sensibility to the piano-man paradigm - and does it with a voice that could have him starring in Rent on Broadway. Citing influences ranging from Ani DiFranco to John Legend, and the Beach Boys to Stevie Wonder, Andy crafts hip and touching tracks about city life and love, supporting himself with strong, open piano voicings and figures; the bittersweet "Next Saturday" ends with a tasty bit of left-hand voice leading, while "Enough" floats on top of quick, rhythmic two-handed exchanges." - Michael Gallant - Keyboard Magazine

"Official Limewire Music Blog: Uncovered Artist Spotlight"

"Suzuki says he has a hard time categorizing himself as an artist, but that his music falls 'somewhere in between Joni Mitchell, Jason Mraz, and John Legend.' And I can’t say I disagree: his soulful voice, playful arrangements, and introspective lyrics combine the best traits of those three performers with his own charismatic charm and earnest delivery." - E.J. Wolborsky - Official Limewire Music Blog

" 25 Artists That Need To Be Heard in 2012"

There is still soul in music. -

"Join Me This Week: Andy Suzuki & The Method"

New York City's Andy Suzuki & the Method bring fresh-scrubbed faces and winsome smiles to the table only to unveil killer melodies that can bring a crowd to its knees...[They] bridge the musical gaps between classical elegance, rock grandeur and hip-hop swagger in four people and one melody. - The Pink Line Project

"Viva La Mainstream Blog"

"On his debut, 300 Pianos, Andy Suzuki has the honesty and pop sensibility of folks like The Fray and Jason Mraz, but at the same time, he's got the complex melody and pure talent of a Broadway singer. On this album Suzuki seems genuinely less concerned with becoming the next big thing and more about saying what he has to say. And for that, he becomes an interesting performer to keep an eye out for going forward." -

"Andy Suzuki & The Method"

"With a soulful sound, introspective lyrics, and a refreshing sense of modesty, Andy Suzuki is a breathe of fresh air to the music scene. You might not categorize him as an R&B singer, but then again, you might. I would say a mix between John Legend and John Mayer." - WeAreIndigo Blog

"New Love: Andy Suzuki"

"Andy is incredible talented and deserves recognition...Andy totally reminds me of a much more talented Justin Nozuka, a less whiney John Mayer, and with wicked piano skills." - K-Pop Addict Blog

"University of Illinois - Krome Radio Interview"

"Andy Suzuki's charisma and charm are embedded in every lyric of his songs and his voice is one I haven't heard before. It's a voice I could easily identify in a crowd of voices." - Rome, co-host of Krome Radio on UIC's official radio station - University of Illinois - Radio

"Andy Suzuki Is A Piano Man"

"...Songs that ease their way into your ears and linger on your heart for much longer." - Circles of Concrete Music Blog

"The Yale University Herald"

"Suzuki settles onto the stage, with his piano in front of him, his sister Jess singing backup vocals on his right, and drummer Kozza Babumba to his left. The trio launch through soul-influenced pop songs, for which Suzuki’s voice is perfectly suited. It isn’t the type of music that would normally fit my palate, but he’s got a damn fine voice and he’s a good showman, and I’m in New York City and I’m having a good time." - James Pollock - Yale University

"Andy Suzuki: The New Face of 'Acoustic Soul'"

"Andy Suzuki's sound is indefinable, when you listen to his smooth vocals, especially his hit track, 'Ask Questions Later,' you will be left with a sense that he has a unique sound truly all his own." - Ebonye Jackson - Young Voices Magazine, Exclusive insert

"MusiCool: Andy Suzuki: 300 Pianos"

"The best part of [his] music is that Andy's lyrics read of all the stuff you wish guys let you in on...their emotions. It is full of that quarter-life angst with songs like "Better Man," "Stronger than She Knows, and "For the Taking" (my favorite song I think) with topics of just trying to be the person we're meant to be to that girl." - Dalipstickbandit -, 8/09


'The Glass Hour' - 13 track CD, to be released Jan 2017

'Born out of Mischief' - 11 track CD, released May 2013.

'The Ghost Stories EP' - 5 track EP, released Jan 2012

'300 Pianos' - 13 track acoustic CD, released May 2009.



After two years in the studio, independent NYC-based pop-alternative band, Andy Suzuki & The Method, is ready to release their highly anticipated LP, The Glass Hour, on January 27th, 2017. Following two years of non-stop touring after the release of Born Out of Mischief and sharing bills across the country with acts like Ringo Starr, Marc Broussard, Eric Hutchinson, Delta Rae, Joshua Radin, Tyrone Wells, and Amanda Palmer, the songwriting duo of Andy Suzuki & Kozza Babumba went back to their roots with The Glass Hour. The band teamed up with LA-based producer Juny Mag to create a futuristic LP that is equal parts Rock, RnB, and Pop - their most ambitious project to date. The Glass Hour album release tour will hit both coasts of the US and everywhere in between in late February and March.

Ringo Starr, Eric Hutchinson, Joshua Radin, Sister Hazel, Delta Rae, Marc Broussard, Amanda Palmer, Kris Allen + More

NPR: "Andy Suzuki is blessed with a velvet voice"
TimeOutNY: "Suzuki has a deadly way with melody"
NY Daily News: "an acclaimed acoustic pop group" "This is THE band to watch"

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-The Rockboat (2015 & 2016 & 2017)
-Gave a Ted Talk/musical performance at TEDxCIA at the CIA Headquarters
-National tour opening for Tyrone Wells in 2016
-National tour opening for Marc Broussard in 2014
SXSW Festival 2012 & 2013 - Official Showcase in Austin, TX, Pop-up show with Amanda Palmer.
-Voodoo Fest in New Orleans, LA
-International Tour in Southeast Asia (Brunei)
-Multiple Headlining Tours in the US

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