Andy Gallant (astroglide, ADHG) was born in an igloo in the middle of the tiny island of Tuvalu. He was raised by harp-playing wolves, and by 3 months of age, learned to play drums using the bones of wild boars. Later, he canoed to Toronto and attended school, studying trumpet and percussion, and toured the US and Canada with the senior jazz band and orchestra. Since then Andy has played with many bone-in-the-nose bands, including The Temple, Loveson, Dreadvice, The Booming Airplanes, The Lakadazicals, Milo, and Mike Smith (post-Sandbox). He currently is the drummer for the Savoureys. Andy’s music has been featured on MuchMusic, CITY TV (Toronto), CBC radio, Q107 (Toronto), University of Toronto radio, CFNY 102.1, and in his mom’s cassette player. He gives free bone-in-the-nose lessons.