Kirkland Performance Center presents...

Andrew Joslyn & The Passenger Ensemble

  • Friday, February 16, 2018 8:00PM
  • All Seats: $29

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Seattle-native and multi-Instrumentalist, Composer, Orchestrator, and Violinist, Andrew Joslyn is a contributing songwriter and composer on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ 4x Grammy award winning album, “The Heist”, and contributed to their most recent project, “This Unruly Mess I’ve Made,” has performed on The Grammy Awards, The American Music Awards and The Tonight Show, toured with folk legend Judy Collins, and has had his work performed by ensembles nationwide. His formative years were spent studying classical music.

Now a seasoned performer, composer, and film scorer and, in addition to his work with Macklemore, has worked with some of the most iconic Northwest musicians and beyond, including David Bazan (Pedro the Lion), Mark Lanegan (Queens of the Stone Age), Duff McKagan (Guns N Roses), Doug Martsch (Built to Spill), Tim Lopez (Plain White T’s), DJ Spooky, Tom Chaplin (Keane), Shelby Earl, Kygo, Odesza, Audra Boo (Fly Moon Royalty), Will Jordan, Billy McCarthy (Augustines), Eric Anderson (Cataldo), Whitney Lyman, and the Seattle Rock Orchestra.

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Artist Bio

Andrew’s first solo CD, a stunning collection of genre bending, Orchestral Pop called, Awake at the Bottom of the Ocean, is garnering great reviews, including Paste, Yahoo Music, Seattle Weekly, Nada Mucho, SMI and Afropunk. His music & interviews has been featured on KEXP and their Music That Matters Podcast, KBCS, KSER, KIRO FM and KUOW/NPR.

Andrew just completed his second score for a Hollywood film, Abilene, a western about the life of Wild Bill Hickok starring Kris Kristofferson, Bruce Dern, Luke Hemsworth and Trace Adkins. His first was a movie called American Violence, released globally in 2016.

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Genre Tags: Classical, Contemporary Folk, Folk, Indie, Indie Folk

Sponsored by: Pat & Rich Miailovich

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