Born in Flint Michigan and raised in the Texas Hill Country, Andy Meadows has been around music and the stage his entire life. His family owned and operated a country station in Texas, his father led the music in church and often invited a young Andy up to sing solos, his mother taught high school drama, and Andy began writing songs at age 16 and formed his first band a few years later. After getting a full scholarship to Texas Tech to study opera and later transferring to South Plains College to focus on commercial music, Andy went to work in radio.
In early 2015, life-long songwriter and performer, Andy put together a nine-piece band to perform his unique blend of crooner music, big band swing, western swing, jazz, and country. After releasing an EP to rave reviews in 2015, Andy followed up with a full-length CD entitled, "Modern Day Crooner", in March 2016. The album features Meadows' version of six classic songs as well as four of his originals. In November 2016 Andy released "Sounds Like Christmas" an EP featuring four-holiday classics and an original he co-wrote with producer Jason Manning called "When You're in Love on Christmas." The original was played in 43 radio markets across the country and a handful in the UK.
Accompanied by a vibrant nine-piece band, Andy's live show delivers vocals powerful enough to compete with the likes of Harry Connick Jr., Michael Buble, and Frank Sinatra. Plus, Andy's all-star band includes a group of phenomenal musicians who have played with everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Aretha Franklin and Natalie Cole to Faron Young. Their unique blend of jazz, big band, country, swing, western swing, and blues work perfectly in concert halls, theaters and dance halls. With his three-piece suits and his impromptu interactions with the crowd, Andy Meadows is a throwback to a time when musicians truly were entertainers.