I am singer and song writer from Batesville, Indiana. I am 35 years old and have been in a relationship for 12 years. I live in a rural area outside of Batesville with my partner and 3 cats.
I have had a passion for music since I was a child. Music has always been an outlet for me and I found I was able to express myself through music. My exploration of music has helped define me as not only an artist, but the person I am today.
I have had many struggles in my life that have caused me to put music on the back burner. I got sober a little over 3 years ago and since then, I have completely reinvented myself as an artist, person, and human being. I now have much more clarity and have gained a confidence that I did not have in the past.
With this new confidence I have put together my first album "Rainy Afternoon". So far, the album has been well received. This album is very special and important to me as it is a result of all the hard work I have put into making myself a better person.
In addition to "Rainy Afternoon", I have begun work on my upcoming album "My World". I am scheduled to finish that album over the next 3-6 months.
Currently I play all the music, mix, and produce everything myself. It has been an adventure to say the least learning these other aspects of the music business. As I continue to gain notoriety, I hope to have a team to assist with the mixing and production of my music.
I want to thank everyone who has helped share my music! I want to thank POZE for featuring me on their radio station! I want to thank reverb nation for selecting my song "Rainy Afternoon" for curation. Most of all I want to thank my friends and family for their ongoing love and support each and every day.
You can find more information about me at andystovermusic.com and at reverbnation.com!
How did you hear about us?
Through Reverb Nation.
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