André Lassalle : guitar

Andre Lassalle guitarAndré Las­salle has played with a host of artists from the leg­endary Miles Davis, Robert Irv­ing III, Dar­ryl Jones, John Schofield, Bud­dy Williams, Chauncey Nedd Band, Jer­ry Jem­mott (Bass play­er for Greg All­man and Friends), Huey Lewis, Melvin Sparks, Gregg “The Pro­fes­sor” Woods, Tony Humphries, Dee-Lite  (Pow­er Of Love Gui­tar Mix), Michael Hamp­ton from George Clinton’s Par­la­ment-Funkadel­ic band to Ver­non Reid from the group Liv­ing Colour and most recent per­formed onstage at the Bea­con The­ater in NY with Bud­dy Guy, Hubert Sum­lin (Gui­tarist with Howl­in Wolf), Mick Taylor(Rolling Stones) and Robert Ran­dolf (Fam­i­ly Band).

André is proud to be a part of “Queen Esther Mar­row and The Harlem Gospel Singers” band .  He con­sid­ers it an hon­or to work with a woman who has helped set the path for Amer­i­can music as we know it today and takes respon­si­bil­i­ty very seri­ous­ly.

A host of styles are in André’s arse­nal from Rock, Reg­gae, Rhythm and Blues, and all styles in between.  He has toured with Epic record­ing artist Eye and I and has been the open­ing act for Bil­ly Bragg, Ice T, Greg Las­salle (a cousin who is a tal­ent­ed musi­cian from Toron­to) and Zig­gy Mar­ley.

Wayne Koun­ty of Warn­er Bros. Records also fea­tures André on its recent record­ing Fan­ta­sy World. André and Tony Humphries (a world renowned Mix DJ) has record­ed in the past and is cur­rent­ly work­ing on new projects that will bring in new avenues of exper­i­men­ta­tion and sound one of those projects is a re-mix of “But Beau­ti­ful” fea­tur­ing Bil­lie Hol­i­day for Sony Lega­cy Records.

André plays shows reg­u­lar­ly with Chauncey Nedd whom he has had a 20 year affil­i­a­tion with. The song “Take You Away” from the Wayne Koun­ty CD is cur­rent­ly on the movie sound­track “PUSH” air­ing on Show­time. “I am proud to be joined by my God­moth­er the beau­ti­ful lady Sher­ry Scott who is the orig­i­nal singer for Earth, Wind and Fire whose spir­it is clear like water and beau­ty of the sky.”