Life's challenges and diversity color the creative currents of Andrew Rollins' music. Complex yet simple, deep yet obvious, the potency compels the listener to experience the emotional reverberations of the music and lyrics.
An accomplished composer, songwriter and musician, he's an acoustic master - whether he's playing guitar, keyboard, or mixing, orchestrating or editing. Andrew has an innate ability to capture the essence of a mood and this has been key to his contributions in various well known songs, as well as music on film and television.
His discography include All is By My Side, several songs on the ABC series Nashville, such as This Town, Surrender, and Disappear, among others, the theme song of the award winning comedy show The Hughleys, featured songs for HBO's Happily Ever After: A Fairy Tale for Every Child, Three Little Pigs and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, and other features for network and cable productions including General Hospital, The Ranch, At Any Cost, Mr. Music, Shake, Rattle & Roll, Hendrix, Free of Eden, My Own Country, Live Through This, Jailbait, Star Trek Voyager, The Amazing Race, Level 9, and the Broadway production It Ain't Nothing But the Blues - which was nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical.
Andrew has worked with well known recording artists including Andre Benjamin, B.B. King, Chaka Kahn, Marc Anthony, Chante Moore, Charles Esten, Ronnie Dunn, Terrance Trent D'arby, Graham Nash, Billy Ray Cyrus, Blink 182, Dan Wilson, Dionne Warwick, Jose Feliciano, Johnny Lang, Dicky Barrett, K-Ci & Jo-Jo, Deana Carter, Carole King, Joe Walsh, Gary Allen, Saison, IV Xample, and En Vogue, among many others.
In 2018, Andrew was nominated and won an Emmy Award for "Who I Am", which he wrote for General Hospital. Some other awards that he received include 3 SISA International Music Awards for Album of the Year, Producer of the Year, and Song of the Year for I Believe, a Telly Award, and the Axion Award for Musical Excellence.