Guitarist Andrew Reynolds spent his formative years in Riverside, CA and now lives in Belleville, NJ. Once capable, he began singing in church, and at age 13 Andrew began playing a number of instruments that continues to grow. His bottomless trove of musical influences includes church music, bluegrass, musical theater, rock, classical, jazz, experimental, Latin-American, and much more. All of these influences can manifest in the course of a single stage set, and Andrew somehow keeps it cohesive.

In 2009, with former One Word Song bassist Jonathan Wohl, Andrew met For The Record talents Johnny Rock and Max Feinstein to form the rock band Pyroclast. Andrew has also led or been a part of many solo and side projects with his long-term Pyroclast bandmates. For The Record finds him contributing two complete songs, “Hourglass of Red” and “Weasel.” Andrew is also supplying the music for singer/lyricist Anna Sirota’s first song ever to be recorded, “It’s Been A While.” Andrew can be found on stage in NJ with Johnny Rock and Max Feinstein fronting the band Precious Roy, playing covers with Mama D & The Vexations, or else jamming in The PTA (The Part-Time Aliens) with Joe Gallupo. When he’s not obsessing over music, Andrew also enjoys studying physics and Martial Arts.

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