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Andy Summers at Metropolitan Museum of Art – June 22nd

Presented in conjunction with the ongoing and pretty darn awesome Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll exhibition at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, Andy Summers is bringing his similarly fantastic multimedia show to The Met on Saturday, June 22, at 6:30 pm. TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! CLICK HERE! Recently published articles about the upcoming Metropolitan Museum event: […]

Andy Summers as Art: In Concert with “A Certain Strangeness” at NYC’s The Met – Saturday, June 22

From SonicScoop.com: As journalists, we at SonicScoop have a responsibility to be objective. That said, pardon us if we gush for a moment about what’s next at the Met. This Saturday, June 22, at 6:30, the extra-galactic Police guitarist Andy Summers will hit NYC with what promises to be a very special show: A Certain Strangeness, a multimedia presentation […]

Music, Photography and Stories – Parkstad, Netherlands June 7, 2019

The music that Andy Summers makes cannot be categorized within one genre. It is a unique, personal musical expression with influences of jazz, classical, world music, rock ‘n roll and pop. His status as a guitar legend is based on experiments with both instinctive and composed sounds. His experience, improvisation technique, compositions and his ability to step outside […]

Play It Loud: Andy Summers at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC June 22, 2019

Guitarist Andy Summers demonstrates his dual musical and visual artistic practices with a multimedia presentation titled A Certain Strangeness on Saturday, June 22nd at 6:30pm at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Summers weaves an audiovisual spell by combining surreal imagery and innovative guitar techniques. The evening culminates with a conversation between Summers and Jayson Dobney, […]

“A Certain Strangeness” Book Now Available

Andy Summers’ newest book of photography, “A Certain Strangeness” is now available. Summers says the title of the book succinctly sums up the quality in a photograph that opens the eyes wide and that these photographs constitute the mental and visual counterpart of his music, marked by a complex melodic search and harmonies of rather […]