10,000 hours of: playing, writing, recording, performing, and teaching music including East Coast regional touring experience
16 years of: teaching experience with all ages and ability levels on guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, keys, and vocals
13 years of: leading bands and ensembles as small as a solo or duo to groups of over 20 people as a music director in the studio, on tour, online, and in the lesson/rehearsal room
10 years of: hosting, organizing, and coordinating private and public performances ranging from casual, community-centered open mics and showcases to full production shows at concert halls, nightclubs, and outdoor venues with audiences ranging from a few dozen to a few thousand
Andrew Rohlk, born and raised in Richmond, VA, has sung, danced, and played music from a young age with various levels of clothing on. Things really got moving and grooving when he picked up the guitar at 13 and began writing songs soon after. Andrew Rohlk’s style of Jazzy, R&B Pop songs are vignettes from his life detailing love, loss, worries, wishes, and wisdom. These songs work best in a live setting with a healthy dose of audience interaction, and it is his hope that this exchange will help bridge the gap between the audience and the stage.
Andrew Rohlk has shared the stage with artists like Ingrid Michaelson, Butch Walker, and Joe Robinson. Andrew has played at venues like The National in Richmond and Washington DC’s U Street Music Hall as well as stranger places online like YouNow.com and ChatRoulette.com. No matter where and with whom he’s playing, Andrew hopes to leave the audience with a sense of joy; similar to the joy he felt when he first fell in love with music while dancing to Michael Jackson in his underwear like Tom Cruise in Risky Business.