Michael Andrews / Elgin Park Interview: The Greyboy Allstars

 

On this Michael Andrews interview, how a “one-off” project, The Greyboy Allstars, wound up lasting over 25 years… the curious way Michael stumbled into this entire genre, and his entire career… making the Mad World remake with Gary Jules, the impossibility of “making” your career happen, letting go of self-judgment, architecture and being more positive. Super cool convo, fast-moving and fun 🙂

Michael Andrews is a guitarist, producer, and film score composer. He’s a founding member and guitarist of the legendary San Diego boogaloo/soul jazz band The Greyboy Allstars where he goes by the moniker Elgin Park. The band’s released 6 incredible funk/groove/acid jazz albums, including their latest and first in 7 years, Como De Allstars. Mike’s also had a successful career in scoring and licensing television and movies, working on major motion pictures like Donnie Darko, Judd Apatow films, as well as popular TV shows. He also has 3 solo LPs, & loads of co-writes and production credits

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