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Andrew Prete

Andrew Prete

Andrew Prete


Andrew Nathan Prete was born on December 8th 1984 in Sagamore Massachusetts, Prete plays a blend of Folk, Country, Americana, and Roots music, with forays into Blues and Traditional Celtic Folk, almost all of his music is done acoustically, though very occasionally he will pick up an electric guitar. Prete grew up in a blue-collared household, with his father working as a trucker and Mother working several different jobs throughout the course of his life. Read more on Last.fm
Andrew Nathan Prete was born on December 8th 1984 in Sagamore Massachusetts, Prete plays a blend of Folk, Country, Americana, and Roots music, with forays into Blues and Traditional Celtic Folk, almost all of his music is done acoustically, though very occasionally he will pick up an electric guitar. Prete grew up in a blue-collared household, with his father working as a trucker and Mother working several different jobs throughout the course of his life. Prete's 1st instrument was a harmonica when he was about 4 and despite getting a guitar the year before, Prete didn't really pick up and start playing until his early teens, playing The Beatles, Springsteen, and whatever else was on the radio in the early 2000s, around the time he discovered Bob Dylan, which influenced the next phase. Around that same time, Prete began songwriting, but it wasn't until 2004 (Fresh out of high school) he cut his 1st album titled "Workin' on It" a raw account of a young upstart musician with an acoustic guitar, a Harmonica, and many influences on his sleeve, Prete started performing live, going to coffee houses, open mics, blues jams, and just about anywhere else a young man with a guitar could feel at home, around this time, Prete picked up slide guitar, and it became a little more prevalent in his later works. In 2006 when he enrolled in college, Prete cut his 2nd CD called "Whose Idea Was This?" a more emotional, ballad driven album which really set the focus of his song writing more towards the human condition, and gained him a bit of a reputation among the Cape Cod local music scene. The next year in 2007. Prete cut "Graveyard Shift" another raw account of an evolving musician, a minimalistic approach was used as Prete wanted to "Get back to the basics" "Graveyard Shift" was successful in doing so. Prete is also a busker and has been so since 2005, becoming a fixture on Boston streets, and the subway Orange and Blue line Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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