| Andrew Horowitz
|"I wrote a poem."|
|Current city||Brooklyn, NY|
"Green's got keys to unlock the rock in the act as you please..."Andrew Horowitz is the keyboardist and one of the primary songwriters of Tally Hall. He also releases music as edu.
Andrew was raised in Warren, New Jersey, and is the only member of Tally Hall not from the Detroit suburbs. He attended the Pingry School, which eventually played host to Tally Hall's first non-Midwest shows.
He lived with Rob Cantor during their sophomore year at the University of Michigan, which led to them playing music together and eventually playing Tally Hall's first show in 2002, along with Zubin Sedghi.
Andrew double majored in Composition and English, and graduated in 2005. While in college, he won multiple Hopwood Awards for fiction and poetry, as well as the prestigious BMI John Lennon Scholarship for Good Day in 2004.
After Tally Hall, Andrew remained in New York City working as a successful producer, songwriter, and session musician. He's contributed to recordings by John Legend, VÉRITÉ, and Ella Eyre, as well as working with Rob on songs and videos from Not A Trampoline.
In 2012, Andrew released a cassette of original music under the name edu (pronounced ee-doo), and played solo shows around New York throughout 2012 and 2013.
You can also read Andrew's personal bio from an old website in 2006.
- miss melody
- HEY YOU!
- daisy fingers
- have a nice day
- lemons and pears
- at the end
- nowhere else
- Tomorrow & Today
- At Least A Day (unreleased)
- Kazoo Song (unreleased)