Andrew Haddad is a 4th generation Atlantan who began playing guitar at the age of 12 after being exposed to greats like Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead, Jeff Beck, and the Dire Straits, among many others. Realizing his skill and love for guitar and music in general, he devoted his life to the wonderful cause. Andrew has been playing professionally since age 14. By 22, he had played the Blues Music Awards in Memphis as well as sharing the stage with the legendary Commodores. He is currently in his final quarter at the Atlanta Institute of Music in the guitar program. Strong points include rhythm, lead, and improvisational skills.
Andrew's passion is teaching and his love of guiding students to become the musicians they want to be, while imparting knowledge he has learned along the way, is the real joy in his life.