Eric Plaks is an adventurous pianist in NYC and I have been very fortunate to spend a lot of time playing with him in the last few years. As part of the Shrine Big Band, as well as many different smaller configurations, Eric always puts together excellent musical situations and fresh writing.Read More
A nice short write up from an online jazz newsletter.
“Andrew’s baritone sound wonderful as a lead instrument and Marcescence is a meaningful release.”
-O’s Place Jazz Newsletter
"Andrew Hadro teams up with Julian Shore/p-key and deliver a mix of free flowing originals along with some modern creations to create a gorgeous and sublime musical tapestry. At a time when intuitive music tends towards cacophony, Hardo wisely steers clear of all pitfalls, using his serene baritone to create rich impressions..."
-George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly
I was recently interviewed by Larry Kemp, for his excellent radio show, "The House That Jazz Built" on the WKUNM radio station. I really enjoyed speaking with Larry, his knowledge of music and music selection for his show is excellent.Read More
There is a nice piece in Downbeat Magazine from an interview I did where we discussed being a DIY or Indie musician today. It was a pleasure discussing how I’ve chosen to make my way through today’s scene and how I hope I am taking a path somewhere different than other people.
Click here to download and read the article from the June 2018 issue of Downbeat Magazine. Article by Bill Milkowski.Read More
Today, April 1st, is the 'official' release date for my second album. 🎉
Long winded post lies within.Read More
For Us, The Living II: Marcescence Releases April 1st, 2018.
Album release party @ Cornelia St Cafe, NYC - Wednesday April 18th
Sets at 8 & 9:30 pm. Reservations recommended
Andrew Hadro was the guest on Dave Sewelson's radio show, "Music For a Free World".Read More
Internet rehabilitation for a recovering web designer and musician.Read More
My debut album, For Us, The Living is released.Read More