“ Combining alt rock vocals, catchy choruses, and masterful arrangements, Andrew’s songs are full of pure heart and fun!”
— Danielle Pinals (singer-songwriter)
Andrew Geano (real name: Andrew Geanacopuolos) is a Boston-based singer-songwriter who has been performing his unique style of deep, enigmatic acoustic pop-rock all through out the metro area since 2011. Engaging melodies laced with poignant lyrics and rich acoustic textures, Andrew's style of music is just as much influenced by the anthemic sounds of rock bands such as Radiohead, Pavement, Brand New and R.E.M., as it is the intimate stylings of solo artists such as John Mayer, Liz Phair, Jeff Buckley, and Loudon Wainwright III.
In addition to performing his own music, Andrew can be seen every week playing covers at local New England bars, restaurants, and various private events...both by himself and with his cover band Giantfoot.
Andrew released his first full length, professionally produced album "Something I Invent" in April 2019. Since then he has released two music videos for his songs "Not That Free" and "Wanna Be Right."
Andrew loves creating, writing, recording, performing live and above all else his fans. Andrew sincerely thanks everyone who has helped him get where he is.
SOMETHING I INVENT - DEBUT ALBUM
Something I Invent
April 25, 2019
Andrew's debut LP was released in April of 2019 and is now available everywhere songs are downloaded and streamed.
The album was recorded at The Record Company in Dorchester, MA and produced/engineered by Adam Sickler (www.adamsickler.com) , except for "Under Control" which was produced/engineered by Terrance Reevers (www.terrancereeves.com)
Andrew Geano (vocals, lyrics, rythym guitar, MIDI programming)
Danielle Pinals (vocals, co-writer on "Under Control")
Nate Staub (lead guitar, keyboards)
Jaime Pepper (bass, vocals)
Rich DellaRocca (drums, percussion)
Terrance Reeves (spoken word, drums, and MIDI programming on "Under Control")
Mary Casiello (piano on "One Thing")
Suzanne Friedman (spoken word on "No News Is Good News")
Adam Sickler (MIDI programming, vocals on "No News Is Good News")