Andrew Wynne biography:
Born in New York and raised in Denver on folk, country, and rock and roll, Andrew Wynne plays guitar and sings original songs and classic covers. While living in Durango in the Nineties, Andrew was lead and rhythm guitarist and vocalist for the local favorite reggae-rock band The Splifftones (Moab Roots Fest opening for Leonard Dillon, 1994), former members of which he went on to form the instrumental roots power-trio Dub Continuum with (Aggie Theatre opening for Dub Syndicate, 1998) in Fort Collins later that decade. In 2003, Andrew relocated to Telluride from Brooklyn, where he launched his solo career and performed frequently with the classic rock jam-band Plastic Beef (Freddy's Bar, BeefStock 2000-03) as well as appearing in the annual Harr-a-thon Tribute to George Harrison (Freddy's Bar, Baggott Inn 2002-03). Having hosted Open Mic Night and "T-Town" Regional Music Showcase in Telluride for over five years (Big Daddy's/Tommy's, Bubble Lounge, Fly Me to the Moon Saloon 2005-10), Andrew has toured New Zealand (2009) and Ecuador (2010) for extended periods, playing taverns and hostels in timeless troubadour style. He has performed in Dublin, Ireland (Gypsy Rose 2010) and recorded a demo of eight of his original songs in South Austin, Texas (produced by guitarist/songwriter Will Knaak) in early 2011. Later that year he recorded four more tracks at In Your Head studios, all of which can be heard at: www.ReverbNation.com/AndrewWynne. He is currently residing in Denver and playing shows all over Colorado, often with Chris Field (Sam Holt Band) backing him on violin, mandolin and vocals. Recent media appearances include interviews on KOTO Telluride, KAFM Grand Junction, KVNF Paonia's “Talkin' Music” and in the “Cultivation” section of the January 2012 issue of Mousike Magazine. Beginning when he first picked up a guitar over thirty years ago, Andrew continues his quest for the Great American Song.