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About Andy Summers

You may remember Andy Summers from such bands as the Police -- three blonde-haired guys who had a hit or two in the '80s. But enough about them. Summers is an extraordinary guitar player, and can come up with stunning guitar lines whether playing "Bring on the Night" or "Opus 3," a Mingus composition. Just don't expect much pop, as he mostly treads jazzy terrain these days; his 1999 and 2000 releases find him interpreting the works of Thelonious Monk and the aforementioned Mingus.

Listen toAndy Summerson Rhapsody

You may remember Andy Summers from such bands as the Police -- three blonde-haired guys who had a hit or two in the '80s. But enough about them. Summers is an extraordinary guitar player, and can come up with stunning guitar lines whether playing "Bring on the Night" or "Opus 3," a Mingus composition. Just don't expect much pop, as he mostly treads jazzy terrain these days; his 1999 and 2000 releases find him interpreting the works of Thelonious Monk and the aforementioned Mingus.

About Andy Summers

You may remember Andy Summers from such bands as the Police -- three blonde-haired guys who had a hit or two in the '80s. But enough about them. Summers is an extraordinary guitar player, and can come up with stunning guitar lines whether playing "Bring on the Night" or "Opus 3," a Mingus composition. Just don't expect much pop, as he mostly treads jazzy terrain these days; his 1999 and 2000 releases find him interpreting the works of Thelonious Monk and the aforementioned Mingus.

About Andy Summers

You may remember Andy Summers from such bands as the Police -- three blonde-haired guys who had a hit or two in the '80s. But enough about them. Summers is an extraordinary guitar player, and can come up with stunning guitar lines whether playing "Bring on the Night" or "Opus 3," a Mingus composition. Just don't expect much pop, as he mostly treads jazzy terrain these days; his 1999 and 2000 releases find him interpreting the works of Thelonious Monk and the aforementioned Mingus.