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Andrew Freeman is a Vocalist and Guitarist who has played for a number of bands and legendary musicians.
Most notably for the punk rock group, The Offspring, hard rock guitarist George Lynch's Lynch Mob and as
the guitarist, for the band Thirty Stones.
He is currently working on a music related television show with Jackass Executive Producer Trip Taylor.
Andrew handled guitar and back up vocal duties for The Offspring on their world tour for their latest release "Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace". Including several television appearances in the US, Europe, South America and Asia. Working with The Offspring gave Andrew the opportunity to work with legendary producer Bob Rock.
Andrew performed on three tours as the lead vocalist for Lynch Mob featuring guitarist George Lynch. Including a much talked about feature on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The band included legendary drummer Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath/Dio/Heaven & Hell). Freeman also co-wrote 6 songs and sang lead vocals on Lynch’s “Souls of We” disc on Shrapnel Records.
As the guitarist, songwriter for the Massachusetts band Thirty Stones. The band enjoyed success having their CD Canvas, produced by Zuess (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall), chart as high as #5 on FMQB's Metal Detector and CMJ Crucial Spins. The band performed 250 plus shows in a year, appearing with bands such as Staind, Shadows Fall & Sevendust, among others.
Thirty Stones were also featured on 10 different compilation CDs released by Cleopatra Records that included legendary artists Iggy Pop, Bill Ward (Black Sabbath), and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin).
Andrew handled guitar duties and songwriting on Blockk 16's Too Brutal for Radio. The CD also featured Chris Caffery - Guitar (Savatage, Trans Siberian Orchestra) Rick Skator - Bass (24-7 Spyz / Bad Brains) The CD is distributed through Century Media and was #4 on the CMJ Crucial Spins Most Added chart.