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Andy Summers net worth: Andy Summers is an English musician who has a net worth of $100 million dollars. Born in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, England, Andy Summers began piano lessons when he was a child, and then shifted his focus to guitar when he was thirteen. He began playing at local clubs when he was in his late teens, and then moved to London after high school to focus on building a professional music career. Throughout the 60s and early 70s, he played with multiple groups, such as Zoot Money's Big Roll Band, Dantalion's Chariot, and The Animals, with whom he recorded one album. He also performed with such artists as Jon Lord, Neil Sedaka, and Kevin Ayers. In 1977, he joined the band that would launch him into superstardom. He became the guitarist for The Police. The group would win multiple Grammy Awards and sell 80 million records over the course of the next seven years, before disbanding. He has since enjoyed a successful solo career, releasing multiple experimental albums, touring, composing film scores, and publishing books.
Andrew James "Andy" Summers (born 31 December 1942) is an English guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, born in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, England. Best known as the guitarist for rock band The Police, he has also recorded twelve solo albums, collaborated with many other artists, toured extensively under his own name, published several books, and composed several film scores.
His birth name is Andrew James Summers. For two years Summers spelled his name Somers, but subsequently reverted to using his real family name Summers.[citation needed]
During his early childhood, his family moved to Bournemouth in the county of Dorset. After years of piano lessons, he took up the guitar at the age of thirteen. By age sixteen he was playing in local clubs. By nineteen, he had moved to London with his friend Zoot Money to form Zoot Money's Big Roll Band.
Summers' professional career began in the mid-1960s in London as the guitarist for the British rhythm and blues band Zoot Money's Big Roll Band, which eventually came under the influence of the spreading psychedelic scene and morphed into the acid rock group Dantalian's Chariot. After the demise of Dantalion's Chariot, Summers joined The Soft Machine for a period of six months and toured the United States. For a brief time in 1968, he was a member of The Animals, then known as Eric Burdon and the Animals, with whom he recorded one album, Love Is. The album features a recording of Traffic's "Coloured Rain", which includes a guitar solo by Summers that runs a full 4 minutes and 15 seconds.
After a period of five years in Los Angeles, mostly spent at California State University Northridge in the Los Angeles suburbs, he returned to London with his American girlfriend Kate Lunken. Back in London, Summers recorded and toured with a number of acts, including Kevin Coyne, Jon Lord, Tim Essex, Neil Sedaka and Kevin Ayers. In 1975 he participated in an orchestral rendition of Mike Oldfield seminal piece Tubular Bells.

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