Andrew Hendryx is a Grammy-balloted acoustic and electric mandolinist.
His musical career started at Elon College, NC where he performed with regional folk and jam bands. Later moving to NYC, Andrew co-founded the band Yarn, with which he toured nationally for nine years. Andrew is currently living on a farm in Western PA and released his first solo album, Deep River, in June of 2019.
Known for his soaring solos, Andrew Hendryx has performed at major music festivals, theaters, and rock clubs throughout the US. His music has been featured by Rolling Stone, NPR, CMT, PBS, Mountain Stage, and Daytrooter.com. He teaches mandolin for Vintage Guitar.
Andrew has collaborated and played with renowned artists including John Oates (Hall & Oates), Mike Gordon (Phish), Edie Brickell, Rahiem (Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five), Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), Jeff Austin (Yonder Mountain String Band), Andy Falco and Jeremy Garrett (The Infamous Stringdusters), Ollabelle, Cabinet, Tony Leoni (Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Caitlin Carry (Whiskeytown), Vince Herman & Drew Emmitt (Leftover Salmon) and bluegrass legends Jim Lauderdale, Sam Bush, and Tony Trischka.
Acoustic Mandolin, Electric Mandolin, Slide Mandolin, Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar, Tenor Banjo
Martin Guitar, Lanikai Ukulele, Don Alain Custom Mandolins, Yardan Amps