Originally from Los Angeles, Andrew visited Nashville all his life with his award-winning father, songwriter Steve Dorff. Over time he fell in love with the town and the Music Row community.
While still in LA, Andrew recorded his first critically acclaimed record for Sony, “Hint of Mess,” and then toured internationally for several years. His next record was recorded in LA for Lost Highway, a relationship which further solidified his connection to Nashville.
After ten years of recording and touring, Andrew moved to Nashville full-time to focus on songwriting. With many pop and film recordings behind him, Andrew is creating that same success in Nashville!
In 2008, he hit the Billboard Country Charts with Martina McBride’s Top Ten single, “Ride.” Andrew has since achieved five number one songs including “Somebdoy’s Heartbreak" by Hunter Hayes, “Neon Light,"& "My Eyes” by Blake Shelton, "Save It For a Rainy Day" by Kenny Chesney and “Yours If You Want It” by Rascal Flatts. Ronnie Dunn, Gary Allan, Sara Evans, Martina McBride, Old Dominion, Dierks Bentley and Jake Owen have also recorded Andrew's songs.