You may not know Andrew Synowiec by name, but chances are you’ve heard his guitar playing. Andrew is a multi-faceted musician with credits like the blockbuster film Frozen (including “Let It Go”), Michael Bublé’s #1 album To Be Loved and countless commercial and indie projects. With his collection of over 80 stringed instruments, he has recorded for artists ranging from The Who to Barbra Streisand and producers from Bob Rock to David Foster. Andrew has contributed to albums selling over 10 million copies worldwide and more than 25 Grammy-nominated recordings, including his own 2015 Grammy Award as a member of the acclaimed LA Big Band “Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band.”
Andrew’s live performances cover the globe from Madison Square Garden to the Hollywood Bowl. He has appeared on all the major networks and accompanied artists such as Ariana Grande, Carole King, M83 and the LA Philharmonic.
In 2014, Andrew completed construction of his private recording studio “House of Syn,” designed and built from the ground up by legendary acoustician George Augspurger. Recent credits include the 2020 Golden Globe Awards, the motion picture Call Of The Wild, and the new album Who by the iconic band The Who!
Exploring his creative instincts, Andrew has now released his first full length album, Second Story. Recorded in a historic Hollywood studio with a band of renowned musicians, the entire record was cut live in just six hours. Second Story is an instrumental mixture of Rock, Jazz and Blues with an emphasis on the feel of celebrated players doing what they do best. The record has received wide-ranging air play and praise from notable fans such as Steve Vai. Now streaming everywhere and available for purchase here!