In 2004 David relocated to Nashville, TN. to write and record a new project with L.A.-based producer Marvin Etzioni (Counting Crows, Toad the Wet Sprocket).
The record was completed in the last week of June, to include an all-star "A" list group of players from both Nashville and Los Angeles. The players included;
Ken Coomer on drums (Wilco, Uncle Tupelo)
Bob Glaub on bass (Jackson Browne, Bob Seger, Rod Stewart)
Bucky Baxter on pedal steel, guitars, etc (Bob Dylan, R.E.M., Ryan Adams)
John Catchings on cello (John Mayer, Dixie Chicks)
Tammy Rogers on violin, backing vocals (Emmylou Harris, Neil Diamond)
Duane Jarvis on eletric guitar (Lucinda Williams, John Prine)
Jim Hoke on harmonica (Mark Knopfler, Ron Sexsmith)
David's new recording "Everything to Lose", was released nationally in the fall of 2004, on EastSound Records. (Burnside Distribution)
The eleven tracks on David's new recording demonstrate new heights of musical maturity and writing. This recording focuses very much around David's piano playing and intimate, breathy-tenor singing voice. "Everything to Lose" will surely draw new comparisons of musical style to his song-writing and has already stirred an industry buzz for large independent labels awaiting the release.
David comes from an extensive background of both touring and recording, as a solo artist and with his super-successful indie-act CALOBO. During his near 15-year career, David has shared the stage with such acts as Jimmy Cliff, Jethro Tull, Indigo Girls, Sarah McGlachlan, Train, Dwight Yoakum, Little Feat, Vonda Shepard, String Cheese Incident, Ani DiFranco, Quiet Riot,
Jorma Kaukoman, Tony Furtado, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, and many more.
"Everything to Lose" marks the 8th release for David in his career. CALOBO released 5 records on Padre Records from 1991 to 2001, collectively selling nearly 85,000 copies. David's debut solo release "The Little Things" (Padre Records 1996) charted on three different Top 20 sales charts in the Northwest in its' first month. David's second release "Get Me Out of This Place" (Padre Records 2001) received substantial national attention via domestic AAA radio, Digital Radio Network, and international sales and radio play through Italy, Venezuala, Brazil, and Holland. The David Andrews Band will be releasing a live CD later in the summer of 2005 entitled,
"Live @ Lola's".
David Andrews is most certainly poised for success in the coming months.
David and his band will be touring the West Coast, Rockies and Europe during April/May 2005.
For more information please visit: www.davidandrewsband.com
EastSound Records: www.eastsoundrecords.com 360-317-5284
Burnside Bistribution: www.bdcdistribution.com 503-231-0420
Check out the artist's website:
1. Everything to Lose
3. It Don't Cost Much
4. Oh Mrs. johnson
6. Treasure Today
7. Ride of Your Life
8. Don't Walk Away
9. At the Crossing
10. Common Good
11. Little Mary