It’s safe to say, nobody has partied harder, longer, or more fervently than the undisputed King of Partying himself, Andrew W.K.. The party music mission he embarked upon in 1999, and solidified in 2001 with the release of his signature hard rock tune “Party Hard”, remains unswervingly consistent, while also adopting a dizzying array of roles that took him into unusual territory for a rock ’n’ roll musician. These include being an advice columnist for the Village Voice and Vice Magazine, the host of a Cartoon Network children’s game show, giving motivational lectures on positive partying at Yale, NYU, Carnegie Mellon, U.K.’s Oxford University and receiving the American Association of Suicidology’s Person of the Year Award. As the prodigious piano playing party prophet nears his second decade of dynamic performance, his hard partying spirit shows no signs of slowing… or softening.
Andrew W.K. finishes 2018 on NPR list and named Person of the Year from American Association of Suicidology
NPR’s All Things Considered listed Andrew W.K.’s song “Music is Worth Living For” on their End of Year Review short list. Another accolade for W.K.’s positive party power that accompanies…Read More