Education Connection "Waitress" - who are you really?
This blog is dedicated to uncovering as much information as I can about Andreanna Veith, the girl in the 2009 "Waitress" education connection commercial. I am working 18 hours a day, 7 days a week, 350 days a year on this. (because a guy needs a FEW days off!) please help me with any info on her by sending me info or art inspired by her. (original music/ paintings/ or ideas inspired by the idea of Andreana Veith are encouraged and welcomed)
wcindustries-deactivated2013052: Would you be open to making a blood pact to one day meet Andreanna and steal enough genetic material to make our own army. We could call it the Third Veith. Lemme know, I've got connections.
yes. dear mother of god, yes. this blog is going to take a dramatic turn thanks to this question.
acidknots: youtube com/watch?v=sadRUwNtcfc Have you seen this video? She's all over it. I, too, have been trying to find out more about her for some strange reason.
I’m too lazy to click the link, but I’m sure it’s incredible. I’ve been working hard 18 hours a day 7 day a week to get to the bottom of who she is. No luck yet. I worry that she might be a CG creation, not even a real person.
I’ve tried to contact both Anthony Falcone and James Vassallo, but no response. I’m working hard in my total investigation of this story. Please give me patience and time.
In the meantime, check out “Alive! Is Michael Jackson Really Dead?” on netflix streaming. This documentary really makes a lot of sense to me, and I plan to investigate this soon. Right when I finish my current Andreanna Veith investigations. I think I’ll be able to prove that Michael Jackson is actually really dead. Stay tuned.
My talk with Rusty J took me on a visceral journey into the very beginnings of the 2009 “Waitress” Education Connection commercial featuring Andreanna Veith. Before Andreanna Veith even knew she would become the iconic gyrating uneducated waitress, an up and coming musician found himself living with two people that would ultimately make up the three headed genius behind our beloved 2009 commercial.
The three men are Rusty J, Anthony Falcone (The same Anthony I mention in previous posts who is credited as the producer and engineer of the Education Connection songs), and a man named James Vassallo, a fresh faced up and coming advertising executive trying to prove himself at Intermedia advertising. These three men lived together in Valley Village (a suburb of Los Angeles) and inside the walls of their home is where the seeds, soil, fertilizer, water, and sunlight came together.
But, let me back up just a bit first. Before the Education Connection job came into their lives, Rusty J and his friend of three years Anthony Falcone had been closely working together on Rusty J’s self titled album “Rusty J”. Anthony took on the job of producing the album, and the two had developed a relationship of mutual respect and admiration for each other’s talents. Mark Bialczak, music critic of the Syracuse Post said “Rusty J isn’t shy about shouting compliments to his co-producer Anthony Falcone. Deserved praise since Falcone helped shine the warm spotlight on Rusty J’s talent.” Rusty J and Anthony worked tirelessly recording the album in Nashville for one year. It’s after they were done and got settled back in Valley Village that their roommate James approached them about the Education Connection opportunity. What would come next is a harrowing journey into the heart of creation, friendship, and marketing.
Stay tuned for part two.
Check out Rusty J’s album in the iTunes store. Stand out tracks include "Back To Basics", "I Just Wanna Know" and "Love Too Soon".
I just has a very pleasant and very informative phone discussion with Rusty J, the musician who penned the now iconic Education Connection lyrics made famous in the 2009 “Waitress” commercial featuring Andreanna Veith. Rusty also had a hand in hammering out the vocal melody that eventually sculpted the song. I have tons of awesome information that I can’t wait to share. I’m going to go over my notes and will post everything I learned from Rusty J shortly.
This blog will now be focused on informing everyone about Andreanna Veith. I will research her career and relay my findings here. Who is she? What does she like to do for fun? What does she think of the Education Connection commercial? Does she hate it? Does she regret doing it?
Make no mistake, Andreanna Veith is still a mystery in every sense of the word. We will get to the bottom of how old she is, find footage from her scene in the 1995 Elizabeth Berkley hit “Show Girls”, and all sorts of other stuff. Look to no other place for more indepth hard hitting journalistic digging on all things Andreanna Veith than RIGHT HERE!