Guitarist/Producer/Composer Nils just wrote a blog mentioning me check it out http://www.nilsguitar.com/is-songwriting-a-dying-art/

Nils was super cool to work with and I'm thankful for all the great work, advice and friendship! Check out his own music and mine on Nil's site and check out the comments below about my album! http://www.nilsguitar.com/featured-artists/

The first single “Work To Do”, featuring Eric Marienthal and Johnny Britt , hit the Top 20 of the Smooth Jazz Billboard Chart. The CD features performances of such heavy weights as Jeff Lorber, Jessy J, Ricky Lawson, Eric Marienthal, Nils, Johnny Britt and more.

“… a triumphant project stuffed with some of the most engaging smooth jazz of the year. “Love You More,” written and produced by guitarist Nils, features Andrew’s majestic note bending solos, one of best singles of the year, no doubt” –  Brian Soergel

“….Adventurous Soul is a big step forward in Keith Andrew’s career, featuring the accessible guitarist at his best – Scott Yanow

“The genius of what Andrew and his producer Nils – a renowned #1 artist in his own right – have created is that it perfectly balances instantly hummable melodies, funky grooves and Andrew’s crisp, soulful playing” – Jonathan Widran

Greetings Folks!

 

I am very excited to be working on a new single that I am sure that you will LOVE!  Working with "Big Thomas" McCree,

at TomCat Studios is very inspiring and we are dialing in some great sounds!  Looking forward to sharing the music soon!

 

Stay tuned...

Peace and Love,

Keith

Had a fantastic weekend, meeting Nils and hanging with Michael Paulo's band (re-connecting with Bass master, Andrew Ford) at Spaghettini's. It was also an honor to share the stage with Marcus Anderson, a rising star and amazing talent! Feeling very inspired and realizing that there are some very heavy cats on the smooth jazz scene! Check out this video from a show @ The Forestville Club

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