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Andy Zipf Origin Northern, VA USA Genres Indie rock Folk Soul Years active 2002 - present Labels KO!M, Mono Vs. Stereo P Is For Panda Website Members Andy Zipf Andy Zipf (pronounced ZIFF) is a singer/songwriter from Indianapolis, Indiana, currently living in Northern Virginia. Zipf has been touring across the country for the last seven years and has quickly become a constant on the East Coast. He has opened for the Cold War Kids, Badly Drawn Boy, Joshua Radin, Delta Spirit, Evan Dando, The Ataris, The Wrens, Jeremy Enigk, Dave Bazan, Nicole Atkins, Sunset Rubdown and Mary Lou Lord. Contents 1 History 2 Charity 3 Discography 4 References 5 External links History Zipf was among the first to call for a shift away from traditional music marketing business models and has given away much of his music for free. In 2007, he raised more than $45,000 from his fans to produce "The Long Tail EP." In 2009, he released "The Cowards Choir" using a "pay as you can" model from his website. For his music and marketing techniques, Zipf has caught the attention of Paste Magazine, Performing Songwriter Magazine, American Songwriter, XM Satellite Radio andCMJ music festival. Zipf has had songs placed on VH1, MTV and most recently, "Stumble On The Line" was featured on ABC's Private Practice. In 2008, Zipf embarked on an ambitious project to combine music and film in a constantly changing live performance art piece known as "Pfriends on Pfilm." Performing in all white, Andy Zipf and one other musician played in front of a white canvas while a kaleidoscope of emotion-themed colors were projected onto their bodies by another artist. The show was taken across the country, and was seen in clubs, warehouses, and coffee shops. In October 2009, Zipf signed to P Is For Panda, a record label which strives to "to promote artists, bands, writers, filmmakers, etc; and...give back to the community." Also in October 2009, Zipf wrote and recorded with The Lost Chorus, a band comprising former members of Stavesacre and Project 86, according to that band's MySpace profile. [1] Zipf just finished a new album “Jealous Hands" (his first on P Is For Panda/Hopeless), produced by Jeremy Griffith. It was digitally released on July 5, 2011. As he previously has done with other projects, Zipf also gave away a 192kbps download of the record on his website. Charity Early in 2010, through April 28, Zipf is touring nationwide with Damion Suomi and Lauris Vidal in support of the TWLOHA Spring 2010 UChapters Tour, "Evenings of Lyrics and Conversation".[1] Discography I Stole The Morning Sun (Gotee Records, 2004) Are We Going Down single deluxe (2005) The Long Tail EP (2007) Lay it Down EP (2008) Coward's Choir EP (2009) The Long Tail LP (2009) Our Voice is a Weapon EP (2009) Travelers' Songs and Carols EP (2009) Jealous Hands (2011) References ^ External links - Andy Zipf Andy Zipf Official Site Interview - Andy Zipf Interview with Andy Zipf about Pfriends on Pfilm Coward's Choir Download Pfriends on Pfilm Session from Into the Hill Andy Zipf on Twitter