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  • 04.07.2017 Washington Times Interview with Andy

    Never content to simply repeat history, guitarist Andy Summers has always strived to push the envelope and shatter expectations, breaking sonic ground and exploring interesting styles and tones with each new album. Each new disc he puts out is unique, with several miles away from his years of commercial success with his former band, The Police. And that’s a good thing. His latest release is no exception. Mr. Summers discussed what it’s like to be a one-man band, if he has an aversion to vocals and what the heck the title of his latest CD, “Triboluminescence,” actually means. Read the full interview here: www.washingtontimes.com/

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on April 7, 2017 - 4:49am

Never content to simply repeat history, guitarist Andy Summers has always strived to push the envelope and shatter expectations, breaking sonic ground and exploring interesting styles and tones with each new album. Each new disc he puts out is unique, with several miles away from his years of commercial success with his former band, The Police. And that’s a good thing. His latest release is no exception. Mr. Summers discussed what it’s like to be a one-man band, if he has an aversion to vocals and what the heck the title of his latest CD, “Triboluminescence,” actually means. Read the full interview here: www.washingtontimes.com/