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Andrew Gutauskas

Andrew Gutauskas is a Grammy Award winning saxophonist, film composer, music director, arranger and educator. He has recorded and performed on Broadway, television, film and live around the world with a variety of artists ranging from jazz to rock to hip-hop to Bollywood. He is music director, arranger and saxophonist for the protest band, Brass Against, and is a member of several projects including; Charlie Rosen’s Broadway Big Band & 8-Bit Big Band, the Dan Pugach Nonet, Kyle Saulnier’s Awakening Orchestra, Lucas Pino’s No-Net Nonet, Manuel Valera's New Cuban Express Big Band, Miho Hazama’s M_Unit, the Terraza Big Band, the Uptown Jazz Tentet, Tim & the Space Cadets, The Skivvies and many others.

In 2018, he composed and arranged music for the award winning short film, Baby Won't You Please Come Home, starring Michelle Hurst and Melanie Nicholls-King, written and directed by Christopher Piazza

Look Out!

Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Look Out! [5:01] 2. The Kingpin [5:51] 3. For the Throne* [6:24] 4. BHM [4:29] 5. Once Upon A Time [6:08] 6. Whistle Blower [5:08] 7. Willie's Willin' [5:42] 8. See You There! [5:30]

What's Next

Label: Irabbagast Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Uptown Bass Hit; What's Next; SKJ; Change; Bramblin'; Pursue; Mance's Dance; Infant Eyes; In a Sentimental Mood; Voyage.

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The Kingpin

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Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2020
Duration: 05:54

NEWS: RECORDING

Saxophonist And Composer Andrew Gutauskas Calls For Audiences To Step Back And Give Their Attention To The Wonders Of Everyday Life With His Sophomore Album, 'Look Out!'

Saxophonist And Composer Andrew Gutauskas Calls For Audiences To Step Back And Give Their Attention To The Wonders Of Everyday Life With His Sophomore Album, 'Look Out!'

Saxophonist, composer, and GRAMMY Award-winner Andrew Gutauskas is an individual who has learned to see beauty in the everyday and wonder in the familiar Look Out!–Andrew’s sophomore album- stands both as a testament to his vision of the world, and as an invitation for listeners to become aware of that to which they give their attention. ...

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What's Next

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Label: Irabbagast Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 7:33

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Antiquity

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Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 7:36

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lucas Pino's No Net Nonet: That's a Computer

Read "That's a Computer" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Lucas Pino is a New York-based tenor saxophonist who leads the No Net Nonet, a band that fits snugly into the jazz tradition but displays its own style of creativity. Despite what this CD's title suggests, this group's music is full of emotion and warmth. That is evident from the outset with “Antiquity," written ...

I nuovi progetti di Miho Hazama

Read "I nuovi progetti di Miho Hazama" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

È da mezzo secolo, ovvero dai tempi Toshiko Akiyoshi, che dal Giappone non emergeva una bandleader così talentuosa. A soli 33 anni Miho brucia letteralmente le tappe: presenta il terzo disco a capo del suo collettivo M_Unit Dancer in Nowhere e, quasi in contemporanea e sempre per la Sunnyside Records, la sua personale rilettura dei classici ...

That's a Computer

Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Antiquity; Horse of a Different Color; Film at 11; Look into My Eyes; Frustrations; Sueno de Gatos; Baseball Simulator 1000.


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