Andrew discusses how to approach your creative pursuits. His initiative and drive led him to write 100 songs in 100 days.
An unwavering addiction to interstate highways is the signature of performing songwriter Andrew Tufano. Currently, the acoustic artist is based in Nashville, Tennessee and spends more than 10 months out of the year independently touring across the U.S. Tufano has opened for artists such as The Maine, Phillip Phillips, The Griswolds, Creed Bratton (of NBC’s The Office), Taboo (of The Black Eyed Peas), The Icarus Account, and Keaton Simons.
In 2015, Tufano traveled cross country to 55 cities to play over 125 shows in support of his third record, Fireworks in Autumn, a pop-blend of folk and soul influences. The album’s single, “Fall,” won grand prize in the 32nd Mid Atlantic Song Contest. Since then, Tufano has written, recorded, and released 100 songs in 100 days with Amplify Entertainment Group, given two TEDx talks, and singlehandedly eaten over 500 ounces of peanut butter.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx