Andy Frasco is as passionate about making music as he is about saving it. In the span of a year, the SoCal-based blues/jazz musician played more than 200 shows in 33 states for VH1's Save the Music Foundation. Frasco has been producing and managing musicians since the age of 16, all the while working on his own craft, for which the 20-something is getting some recognition: Frasco was named the "Live Artist of the Year" at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. With his band, The U.N., Frasco continues on his Freakout Therapy Tour, taking his high-energy Party Blues performances across the U.S. again--including several stops in Idaho. See them all at andyfrasco.com/tour.