Since the release of his first demo tape in 1994, singer-songwriter Andrew D. Huber has been steadily gaining national recognition for his unique blend of driving acoustic pop, haunting melodies, and pensive lyrics.
In the past 9 years, Andrew has performed at clubs, coffee-houses, theaters, and other venues throughout the Midwest, including the infamous Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis, MN. Radio support has also followed, with college markets extending from the Midwest to the Washington D.C. area featuring Andrew1s songs in their scheduled programming. Several radio stations, including WRFW in River Falls, WI and WESN in Bloomington, IL furthered their support by featuring interviews and live performances with Andrew during their 3spotlight2 program hours.
Aside from performing as an acoustic solo artist, Andrew is also the singer/songwriter/guitarist for the Gecko Club, an electric power-pop band with a folk twist. The Gecko Club is currently recording a follow-up to their debut cd -- Tokens, Trash, or Tarot Cards -- which was independently released in February, 2000. Response from fans and critics alike has been outstanding, likening Andrew1s songs to the finer moments of bands such as the Goo Goo Dolls, the Posies, the Psychadelic Furs, Robyn Hitchcock, and the Connells.
In 2003, Andrew released his first solo cd -- the folk-rock "Ten Songs from the Side Room". A natural extension of the highly electric Gecko Club sound, the album highlights his folkier side with a spotlights on his acoustic guitar playing and lyrical strengths. The songs are well written, well-performed, and bound to draw comparisons to artists like John Hiatt, Peter Himmelman, Dar Williams, and Billy Pilgrim.
Regardless of whether he is performing with the Gecko Club or as an acoustic solo artist, Andrew is continually recognized as an up-and-coming songwriter who captivates the audience with the melodic strength of his music, the evocative nature of his lyrics, and the overall sincerity of his songs.
For more information on Andrew D. Huber or the Gecko Club, visit www.andrewdhuber.com on the web or write to email@example.com.