For over two decades, multi-instrumentalist Andrew Healey has been wowing audiences all over Australia and abroad with his smooth voice,rhythmic guitar style and eclectic selection of soulful original tracks and huge repertoire of cover songs. Now one of the most sort-after private and corporate entertainers in Australia, Andrew continues to travel the country playing as a solo acoustic act, an amazing one-man-band, and fronting several duos and bands.
Andrew began singing and playing around 11 years old, quickly graduating from school-based choirs, bands and stage shows to become of the most popular acts at many local venues and festivals of his native Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. Having studied Music Performance and Audio Engineering, he moved to London in the beginning of 2005 and while there played several historic music venues across the UK, returning home in mid-2007 for family commitments.
Once back in Australia, Andrew continued to expand on both his originals catalogue and his private and corporate function experience, appearing at up to 6 public shows each week while averaging around 30 private events per year (primarily weddings). At this point he was playing in several acts as a vocalist, guitarist and bass player - cover acts D'Rhythmaires, Nick Latta Unplugged, The Soapbox Preachers, Helium, Benandi and original outfit Madam Anarchy.
Making the move to Melbourne in 2012 gave Andrew a chance to shift his priorities and while continuing to write, record and perform his original material he soon also became one of the cities busiest cover entertainers. Using looping and effects to expand on his live show in both instances, he has developed an incredibly full "one-man-band" sound that uses no backing tracks or pre-recordings and must be seen to be believed.
Currently averaging more than 60 weddings and playing about 100 other shows every year all around the country, Andrew Healey continues to grow his now unmatched repertoire of more than 1300 songs, and provide the perfect soundtrack to so many memories.