Andrew Watt

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Andrew Watt


Watt's involvement with Bonfire Of Teenagers was initially suggested by Chad Smith during his Percussion Discussion interview (February 2021).

Morrissey then alluded to him via his interview "Turning The Inside Out." (July, 2021):

The moods, the twists, the precision … it's difficult to do well, and I was blessed with a most supremely intelligent producer. He played and sang backing vocals on every track … so beautifully … and brought something that no one else could hear into each track.

In an interview with Mojo Magazine (March issue 340 - released January, 2022), Eddie Vedder confirmed Watt as working with Morrissey:

Speaking about Andrew Watt, Eddie Vedder tells: “He was working on the Morrissey record, some of the best Morrissey stuff I’d heard in years, so I was curious to see his studio. He was working a lot with Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer, getting great sounding results.


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Funk, Soul & Rock singer, guitar player, producer from New York City, USA. Left band California Breed in 2015 to pursue a solo career.

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Andrew Wotman (born October 20, 1990), known professionally as Andrew Watt or under the mononym of Watt, is an American record producer, singer, songwriter and guitarist. As a songwriter he signs Wotman, while as a producer he signs Watt. Watt won the 2021 Grammy Award for Producer of the Year. He has produced albums for Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, The Rolling Stones, Ozzy Osbourne, Pearl Jam, Iggy Pop and many others. Watt is also the guitarist of the Earthlings, the backing band for Eddie Vedder's solo performances.

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