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Tuck Andress

Primary Instrument: Guitar, electric

Born: October 28, 1952    

After 20 years of making music together as husband-and-wife jazz duo Tuck & Patti, Tuck Andress's guitar and Patti Cathcart's vocals blend smoothly into a honed sound all their own. They perform both their own compositions, such as “High Heel Blues,” and standards like “One Hand, One Heart” from West Side Story and Stevie Wonder's “I Wish.” Each concert ends with their signature closer, “You Take My Breath Away.”

Andress was raised in Oklahoma. He studied piano and took up guitar as a young teenager, when he was eager to play in a neighborhood garage band. He studied for a few months with Tommy Crook, but was primarily a self-taught artist who learned by playing with other musicians, listening to records, and experimenting. He enrolled in Stanford University in 1970, but dropped out after the first quarter to join members of his high school band in Los Angeles. Andress found a session gig on his first day in town, and was later offered work on the popular Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Soon, however, he found Los Angeles too commercial, and he went back to Stanford, where he majored in music, studying classical guitar and playing with the Gap Band, Chaka Kahn, and Leon Russell....
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    Reckless Precision

    Canyon International
    1990
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    Everything's Gonna Be All Right/Yogurt Blues

    Canyon International
    1988
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Reckless Precision

Windham Hill Records (1990)

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Probably best known as half of the guitar/vocal duo, Tuck And Patti, Andress's music is a blend of jazz, funk, R&B, and blues. His incredible technique enables him to sound like three guitarists playing simultaneously.
~ Paul Kohler, Rovi
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