Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LOS ANGELES - Jan 10, 2019 - He’s one of the most talented and sought-after session guitarists in the industry. Andrew Synowiec www.andrewsynowiec.com is a master technician and well-established guitar hero. The debut single “Albuquerque Blues” from his soon-to-be-released album Second Story (May 3) hits the web this coming Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. It’s been a long time coming, but well worth the wait.
Having contributed to over 25 Grammy-nominated recordings, including his own 2015 Grammy Award win as a member of the L.A. big band Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, Andrew has worked with an illustrious A-list and who’s who of producers including David Foster, Bob Rock and Giorgio Moroder, most notably on his No. 1 hits with Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Sia.
Now, it’s time for Andrew to take center stage with the release of his debut single and upcoming album.
Andrew says, “’Albuquerque Blues’ was written for Tim Pierce who is a legendary session guitarist and good friend. Being a session player myself, I rarely perform my own compositions. I wanted to write something that felt instantly familiar. This, ‘Albuquerque Blues,’ my debut solo single, is taken from the album, which will be released on May 3. The entire album was recorded in six hours at Band House Studios in Hollywood, California. The dual-drummer band featuring bassist Sean Hurley from John Mayer’s band is reminiscent of the Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers.”
The single “Albuquerque Blues” was produced by John Paterno, known for his work with Steve Gadd and Robben Ford. The band includes Tim Pierce along with Sean Hurley and Fred Kron. Two incredible drummers, Blair Sinta and Jake Reed, deliver simultaneous performances that lay down the foundation of this psychedelic sound bath.
Not content to leave his “day job,” the world’s top film composers seek out Andrew. He’s performed on the scores for Michael Giacchino, Chris Beck, Joe Trapanese, John Debney, Alexandre Desplat, Marco Beltrami and John Powell. He has appeared on soundtracks such as Disney’s modern classic Frozen (including the infectious song “Let It Go”), The Greatest Showman, Coco, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Logan, Zootopia, Inside Out, Oblivion, Transformers, Mission Impossible, Crazy Stupid Love, Little Fockers, The Secret Life of Pets, A Good Day to Die Hard, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Hart of Dixie, The Middle, Quantico, The Good Place, NBC Sunday Night Football, the 2018 Super Bowl theme and the 2019 Golden Globes.
Andrew’s home base is his private recording studio “House of Syn,” designed and built from the ground up by George Augspurger. George is known throughout the world for his expertise in studio design, audio and acoustical engineering.
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