I will perform songs from my recently released debut album, ‘The Reset’. This will be the official ‘Album Release’ show…with more show dates to follow.

This is a great venue on the UWS named Stage72 @ The Triad. It’s a cabaret style theater…intimate setting, sweet sound, and great staff. Here’s some more information about the show:

http://stage72.com/andy-ranleys-album-release-show-the-reset-live-at-the-triad/

  • Location: Stage72 @ The Triad (158 West 72nd Street)
  • Date: Friday, February 6th
  • Time: Doors open at 9pm, Show starts at 9:30pm
  • Other: No Cover, 2-drink minimum

I will be joined by a terrific group of musicians (most performed on the record) for what promises to be a terrific show. Come, have a drink (make that two), and join us for a fun night!

Contact me if you have any questions.

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New Release: The Reset

Posted: 2014-10-21 in Blog Post

New Release (October 14, 2014): The Reset. After one year of song-writing, studio recording & mixing I am very happy share my new full-length album titled The Reset. Download it on iTunes HERE.

The Reset - Cover - 600 x 600 - 300DPIIt’s a collection of personal and revealing tunes inspired by years of discovery & personal growth and mistakes. The Reset is literal…a set of songs written at a self-identified moment in my life at which I reorganized the gathered information, interrupted my own well-worn patterns, and forced a journey of revitalized spirit & renewed sentiment. This was more than a simple page turn, a new chapter, a new coat of paint or some such incremental move. I put in a new processor, a new set of rules, and an entirely reconstructed engine. The Reset is an announcement, a declaration, a memorialization, a purging of junk and a new beginning.

The Reset was produced through a wonderful collaboration among a group of musicians for whom I’m extremely grateful to have worked. Production began with Josh Margolis (drummer, guitar player, owner of Gowanus Music School in Brooklyn) and Danny Lapidus (engineer/producer & musician, owner of POD Noise studio in NYC). Three bass players (James Joughlin, Lee Nadel, David Pollak), two keyboard/organ players (Rob Arthur & John Deley), and a bad-ass harmonica player (Teddy Goldstein) all contributed performances.

On October 14, 2014 The Reset will be available on all digital channels for download and streaming (iTunes, Pandora, etc.). Read more about it HERE. Below are three full-length tracks you can stream now:

With You – A song about the one you leave behind

Piles Up – A song about now

Inevitable One – A song about the future

Thanks for stopping by! Reach me HERE to hear more prior the October 14 release.

On October 14, 2014 The Reset will be available on all digital channels for download and streaming (iTunes, Pandora, etc.). After one incredible year of song-writing, studio recording & mixing I am looking forward to sharing my new full-length album.

It’s a collection of personal and revealing tunes inspired by years of discovery & mistakes often referred to as ‘life’. The Reset is literal…a set of songs written at a self-identified moment in my life at which I reorganized the gathered information, interrupted my own well-worn patterns, and forced a journey of revitalized spirit & renewed sentiment. This was more than a simple page turn, a new chapter, a new coat of paint or some such incremental move. I put in a new processor, a new set of rules, and an entirely reconstructed engine. The Reset is an announcement, a declaration, a memorialization, a purging of junk and a new beginning. Read more about it HERE.

The Reset was produced through a wonderful collaboration among a group of musicians for whom I’m extremely grateful to have worked. Production began with Josh Margolis (drummer, guitar player, owner of Gowanus Music School in Brooklyn) and Danny Lapidus (engineer/producer & musician, owner of POD Noise studio in NYC). Three bass players (James Joughlin, Lee Nadel, David Pollak), two keyboard/organ players (Rob Arthur & John Deley), and a bad-ass harmonica player (Teddy Goldstein) all contributed performances.