“Andy has managed to remove labels coming out of the comfort zone beyond the modern singing jazz, running well, to include in its material repertoire in Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian and even Mandarin. Andy manages to reflect each and every influence acquired throughout his career, crowning it with his baritone voice that gives a unique tone to disk aptly named ‘Colors’ [providing] a mosaic of possibilities to the listener.”
Josué Hernádez Carmona, Latinos Multicultural Magazine
Andy is not just a big band crooner or a jazz singer. He has developed his personal style through many influences while maintaining his own distinction. He attributes his clear phrasing to Frank Sinatra, his warm resonance to Nat King Cole, his prolonged breath control to Matt Monro and an occasional huskiness to Bobby Darin.