André Cymone (born Andre Simon Anderson; June 27, 1958) is an American bassist, songwriter and record producer. Cymone was a bass guitarist for Prince 's touring band, pre- Revolution.  Cymone began a solo career in 1981. His song, "The Dance Electric" (written by Prince), reached #10 on the R&B charts in 1985.
- Andre Simon Anderson
- Musician, songwriter, record producer
- Bass, guitar, piano, drums, brass section, vocals
26 de feb. de 2018 · Back with a new album, 1969, former Prince sidekick Andre Cymone tells Simon Price about the bassists who shaped him, a youth spent stealing and smashing instruments, going guitar-shopping with the Purple One, and his essential kit... Look at any footage or photographs of Prince and his band from 1978-81, and Andre Cymone is right ...
20 de abr. de 2018 · Remembering Prince: Andre Cymone Interviewed Simon Price , April 20th, 2018 14:20 Two years ago, Prince died. In a revealing interview, Andre Cymone – Prince's former bassist and childhood best friend – tells Simon Price about his life with the Minneapolis genius, and his own current album 1969
28 de abr. de 2016 · Richard E. Aaron/Redferns. The soft-spoken, tentative voice saying hello on the other end of the phone is André Cymone. Prince ’s closest childhood friend and first bassist is calling Billboard ...
- André Cymone
28 de abr. de 2016 · The soft-spoken, tentative voice saying hello on the other end of the phone is André Cymone. Prince's closest childhood friend and first bassist is calling Billboard late Tuesday afternoon (April...
With Prince’s Associates: 1979 The Rebels sessions. Self Productions with Prince: 1985 A.C. Album (Columbia) 1985 The Dance Electric Single (Columbia) André Cymone is an American bass player, songwriter and record producer. Born Andre Simon Anderson, Cymone was a bass player in Prince ’s touring band, from 1979 to 1981.
1 de nov. de 2012 · Prince's friend & surrogate brother, Andre Anderson (who later went by the name Andre Cymone), was also musically inclined, and the two began to jam together regularly in his mother's basement. It was around this time that John Nelson-perhaps as a peace offering in their difficult relationship - bought Prince a guitar.