Andy Cabic

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Andy Cabic
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Background information
OriginVirginia, United States
GenresIndie folk
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active1992–present

Andy Cabic is a folk rock singer-songwriter, and lead member of the band Vetiver.[1]

He was born in Virginia and attended school at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He moved to San Francisco in 1998.

He is a longtime collaborator of Devendra Banhart, having co-written songs and produced Banhart's album Cripple Crow. He was also at one time a member of the experimental electronic band Tussle.

In 2011, Cabic appeared on former Cardinals guitarist Neal Casal's studio album, Sweeten the Distance.

Cabic co-produced Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion album Bright Examples with Thom Monahan.[2]


  1. ^ Pareles, Jon (20 December 2008). "VETIVER AND CRYSTAL STILTS; Grounded in the '60s, Revisiting Slivers of Rock's Past". The New York Times. p. 12. Retrieved 18 June 2011.
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