After recording his first EP in Nashville, TN, with Grammy Award winning producer Mitch Dane in 2005, North East Ohio native, Andy Dolson shook the regional music scene with his melodic hooks and catchy beats. Songs like \'Maybe This Time\', \'Apology\', and \'Butterfly\' became regular plays on WAPS 91.3 The Summit, and WZIP 88.1. In Early 2006 Andy dropped the first name and joined forces with Drummer, Dave Nitszche, and Bassist, Ben Smith. The rock trio shared the stage with artists like Blessid Union, The Myriad, and As Tall As Lions, and released the self-produced EP \'Pirate & Pass\'. \'Gravity\', Dolson\'s first single, under the new name got radio play with it\'s stripped down, indie-rock sound, but not long after did the 3 part ways and Andy went to bed. Awakening from his year and a half long slumber, Dolson rubbed the sleep out of his eyes, dawned a guitar and began to rock again! His newest album \'89\' is the result of one and a half years of dreaming about living. The 13 track album tells the story of a naive young man set out to live his life, but who\'s dreams are shattered along the way. Amidst his confusion, threads of love and despair are woven together in the all too familiar journey from hope to cynicism. Dolson produced and recorded over half of the album in his basement with the help of long time friend, Jonathan Penn. But once his eyes adjusted from his 17 month nap, he headed for Nashville, TN, to seek the help of artist/producer Andy Osenga. In the end \'89\' is a diverse collection of musical wanderings, and Dolson\'s best work yet. The album is set to be released this November.