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Andrew Sullivan

Passion is the basis for all that Andrew has done so far in his musical career. After turning down a job with ESPN radio to instead pursue songwriting, Andrew married his longtime girlfriend and allowed his love for her mix with his love for composition and lyrics. The end result of this was 2010's debut album, "Lately" which was well received and sold thousands of copies in both physical and digital formats. For this album, Andrew assembled a backing band of talented musicians and performed a number of concerts around Fort Worth and Dallas, adding new fans each week. In addition to this, the album received plays in the regular rotation at KTCU-FM in Fort Worth, TX and grew in popularity at several online streaming websites.

Between September 2010 and January 2012, Andrew had performed over 250 times and the album garnered 5-star ratings on both iTunes and Amazon and received a number of stellar reviews from consumers and journalists alike.

In late 2011, Andrew used the momentum from "Lately" to announce that a new recording project would be underway soon. Entitled "Where We Belong," the project was 117% funded by his fans at, and then was recorded with Joe Burton at RedHouseMusik in Fort Worth, the same studio that engineered Andrew's first CD.

After many months of recording, "Where We Belong" became available for purchase on June 30, 2012 and quickly climbed the pop charts at Amazon and iTunes, peaking at #81 on Amazon's best-selling pop albums list. Since then, the album has started to gain plays at various streaming sites while being mailed out to a number of FM stations across the country.

Most recently, "Where We Belong" has garnered yet another 5-star average rating from fans at iTunes and Amazon, and has made its way into the hands of consumers internationally, including Japan and several nations in Europe. Receiving the most praise on the album are the ukelele-driven tune "Look Out World" and the soulful "This Single Moment."

Momentum has been growing for Andrew ever since he hit the scene, and if the reviews from these two initial albums are any indication, Andrew is an artist poised for a big breakthrough very soon.