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|Born||September 18, 1978|
|Origin||South Bend, Indiana, United States|
|Genres||Progressive rock, jam band|
|Instruments||Percussion, drums, keyboard|
|Associated acts||Umphrey's McGee|
Andy Farag is the percussionist for progressive rock band Umphrey's McGee. He was brought into the band by original drummer Mike Mirro in late 1998, shortly after the release of their debut album Greatest Hits Vol. III. Farag first appeared on disc with Umphrey's McGee on the 1999 live album Songs for Older Women and has remained with the band ever since.
Andy also enjoys creating hip-hop and R&B beats outside of Umphrey's McGee. Some of these tracks have been released as part of the Mantis bonus material.
Like fellow Umphrey's McGee drummer Kris Myers, Farag uses Pearl hardware and Zildjian cymbals. His percussion set also consists of various bongo and conga drums.
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10" K custom dark splash
12" A custom splash
12" fx oriental china trash
14" A custom fast crash
17" K custom hybrid crash
17" K custom dark china
18" A custom china
18" fx oriental china "trash"
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