Andrew Kasab is a Harp Guitarist and Progressive Acoustic Guitarist, combining unconventional approaches including alternate tunings, percussive picking and fingering techniques as well as an eclectic mix of American Primitive guitar, contemporary acoustic, funk, rock, folk, classical, blues and world music. Andrew’s main focus in life has always revolved around developing his musical skills; performing as a solo artist or in bands, working as a sound technician or a full time music educator has given great insight into the finesse, business, and art of music.
"It's a lot more work than most people think," (Fox 43 interview/Harrisburg, PA, Feb 2003) and Andrew works hard to entertain audiences at any type of venue. Persistence best describes Kasab’s independent album releases and live performances. Working without a net, flashy guitar processing or effects, Kasab relies upon natural vibrations of metal and wood to paint his murals of music. His experiences have been anything short of normal; performing for a top-level general from Uruguay, at the White House in Washington DC, a community pool party, art galleries, festivals, or at a fast food restaurant at Christmas time, life is full or surprises.
Andrew Kasab uses D'Addario strings, Dunlop picks and slides, Taylor guitars, Holloway Harp guitars and Fishman Amplification.