He has been entertaining crowds for years with his diverse musical background. Starting out at the tender age of fifteen, he was first introduced to the Steelpan in his native Trinidad & Tobago through the influence of his older brothers who also played the instrument. Beginning with the steel Orchestra, “Starlift”. Andy then went on to be one of the founding members of the most innovative and known steel orchestra in Trinidad, “Phase II Pan Groove.” He then played with “Jewel 22.”
His love for music would take him around the globe on a musical journey to such places as Europe, Latin America, Canada, the United States of America (playing at Madison Square Gardens with Starlift) and many of the islands of the Caribbean. In Europe, Andy focused his attention on the bass guitar, under the mentoring of Clive Charman, bassist for Jeff Beck and Robert Bailey of Osibisa. While in London, England, Andy was given the opportunity to preform for local networks ITV and BBC and play with such talents as Allan White (drummer from YES) and vocalist Paul Corder (who is produced by Roger Daugherty). Andy himself formed the group “Roots” and toured the continent extensively, while based in Zurich.