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Andy Malecek

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Role  Guitarist
Name  Andy Malecek

Years active  1990–present
Instruments  Guitar
Music group  Last Autumn's Dream
Andy Malecek ANDY MALECEK Guitar Jam Track Berlin Downtown Groove YouTube
Born  28 June 1964 (age 51) Berlin, Germany (1964-06-28)
Associated acts  Fair Warning, Last Autumn's Dream
Website  Andy Malecek on YouTube
Albums  Nine Lives, Ten Tangerine Tales, II
Movies  Fair Warning: Call of the East: Live
Genres  Hard rock, Pop rock, Glam metal
Similar People  Jaime Borger, Mikael Erlandsson, Mic Michaeli, Ian Haugland, John Leven

Occupation(s)  Musician, guitarist

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Andy Malecek is a German guitarist who has played in the bands Fair Warning and Last Autumn's Dream.



Andy Malecek was born on 28 June 1964 in Berlin. He showed interest in music from a young age and took up guitar at the age of 13. His passion for music was evident as he never lost opportunities to miss classes at school so that he could play guitar. Growing up he played in several local bands.

1990–2000 (fair warning)

Andy Malecek performed, recorded and toured with Fair Warning for 10 years. In an interview with Mika Erlandson about Andy Malecek, Mika said, "One of the best guitarists that I have ever met!"

Rainmaker and Go! went Gold in Japan, while Fair Warning was nominated "Best Newcomer Band and Brightest Hope of the Year" in 1992. In 1997, Go! was nominated best album of the year.


  • 1992 – Fair Warning
  • 1993 – Live in Japan
  • 1995 – Rainmaker
  • 1995 – Live at Home
  • 1997 – Go!
  • 1998 – Live and More
  • 2000 – Four
  • Tours

    Andy Malecek has toured with Fair Warning in Europe and Japan and has also toured alongside GIANT, Saga, Bonfire and Victory.

    2002–present (Last Autumn's Dream)

    Frontiers Records announced the signing of Last Autumn's Dream self-titled debut album for the European release on 19 January 2004.

    LAST AUTUMN'S DREAM is a new melodic rock super-group featuring famed Swedish singer Mikael Erlandsson together with former FAIR WARNING guitarist Andy Malecek plus the three EUROPE cohorts Mic Michaeli (on keyboards), John Leven (on bass) and Ian Haugland (on drums). The idea of this band came about when Mikael's record company in Japan proposed him to join forces with the fantastic guitar player Andy Malecek who enjoyed great success in the German hard rock band Fair Warning. Mikael and Andy were both hooked by the idea and a plan for the album began to grow. Mikael's production companies in Sweden: XTC Productions/Studio in Stockholm and Sunday Music in Gothenburg also supported the idea and they turned to Ian Haugland, Mic Michaeli and John Levén from Europe and asked if they were interested. After listening to Mikael and Andy’s new, strong material, they all decided to join in and the band Last Autumn’s Dream was born. Andy has been an active member of Last Autumn's Dream since 2002 and has performed, recorded and toured with them through several albums.


  • 2003 – Last Autumn's Dream
  • 2005 – II
  • 2006 – Winter in Paradise
  • 2007 – Saturn Skyline
  • 2007 – Impressions: The Very Best of LAD (Japanese market)
  • 2008 – Hunting Shadows
  • 2008 – Live in Germany 2007
  • 2008 – Impressions: The Very Best of LAD (German market)
  • 2009 – Dreamcatcher
  • 2010 – A Touch of Heaven
  • Awards/Nominations

    In 2004, Andy Malecek made it to 8th place in an international list of favourite guitarists by BURRN! Magazine Japan.

    Teaching and Session Recording

    Andy Malecek currently teaches guitar to some select students and is also active as a session musician.

    Guitar Jam Tracks

    Andy is also working on a project with Jammin Heads to create Jam track videos that will be made available to the public through YouTube and downloadable instructional packages.


    Andy loves cooking and riding his bike around Berlin as a pass time when he's not practising guitar.


    Andy Malecek Wikipedia

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