Andre Ethier (musician)

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André Ethier
GenresIndie rock
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, visual artist
Associated actsThe Deadly Snakes

André Ethier is a Canadian rock singer-songwriter and visual artist, who was formerly associated with the indie rock band The Deadly Snakes. He has also released three solo albums.[1]

He attended Etobicoke School of the Arts for Visual Arts and received a BFA from Concordia University in 2001.

On June 10, 2007, Ethier sang the Canadian national anthem in Los Angeles where the Dodgers were hosting his hometown Toronto Blue Jays. He got the gig because he shares his name with Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier.[2]


  • André Ethier with Christopher Sandes featuring Pickles and Price (2004)
  • Secondathallam (2006)
  • On Blue Fog (2007)
  • Born of Blue Fog (2008)


Ethier paints portraits, figures and landscapes in oil, his work has been described as a grotesque realism and is influenced by neo-expressionism, primitive art, underground comic art and the works of Giuseppe Arcimboldo and Odilon Redon. He has had solo shows at Honor Fraser Gallery in Los Angeles, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art in Toronto, and Derek Eller Gallery in New York. He is represented by Derek Eller Gallery.

In The New York Times Ken Johnson wrote: "André Ethier's funny, faux-naïve paintings resemble the works of a self-taught, semi-talented high school stoner steeped in heavy-metal music, fantasy novels and the visionary arts of the French Symbolists."[3]


  1. ^ Jeffries, David. "Andre Ethier Is Born of Blue Fog". Allmusic. Retrieved 14 April 2010.
  2. ^ Mike, Mineo. "Biography: Andre Ethier". Retrieved 23 October 2010.
  3. ^ Eller, Derek (17 April 2009). "Art in Review". The New York Times. Retrieved 23 October 2010.

External links[edit]

Review in The Village Voice [1]

Derek Eller Gallery [2]