Andrew Sullivan has an amazing story about how he got into this profession, but we’ll give you a little teaser here. For the full story, follow the link to his website.
Come for dinner and music or just the music.
We’ll offer a simple casual dinner menu from 6 – 7 PM and music will start at 7 PM. Advanced reservations are required for the meal and suggested to reserve a seat for the music. More details on dinner menu coming soon!
During his four years at TCU, Andrew had first tried his hand at songwriting and performing, and almost immediately started to see some modest success. While studying to be a sportscaster during the day, he spent many hours plucking away at the guitar and computer, trying to find th…e words and a melody that worked perfectly with each other.
“I remember recording a couple very basic, and very bad albums in my dorm room with my friends. They were really quite bad, but you have to start somewhere, you know? And for whatever reason, people bought the albums anyway and encouraged me to keep on trying,” said Andrew.
In 2010 Andrew and his wife decided that maybe there was something to this music thing. After saving up money for several months, Andrew found a local producer willing to take on the job of putting together his first album, a 7-song project entitled Lately. In the years following its release, Andrew played numerous concerts and slowly gained a following in the DFW area. During that same time, he was able to quit his day job and go into performing full-time.
In 2012, Andrew’s second album, Where We Belong, was released and continued the trend. The album found its was onto the airwaves of over 150 radio stations across the USA, seeing playtime in each state and Canadian province as well.In 2012, Andrew’s second album, Where We Belong, was released and continued the trend. The album found its was onto the airwaves of over 150 radio stations across the USA, seeing playtime in each state and Canadian province as well.
In 2014, Andrew sought well-known producer Jordan Critz to oversee the creation of his third album, Lost Again. With the support of over 150 backers on Kickstarter, Lost Again was funded and the recording process began. Finished in early 2015, the album has drawn rave reviews from fans new and old alike. Easily apparent in the recordings are the influences of country legend George Strait, singer Michael Buble and pop songwriters like Dave Barnes and Matt Wertz.
The year after the release saw Andrew tour from coast to coast, playing predominantly in the living rooms and back yards of his fans. The house concert scene has become a major part of his performance schedule, where the intimate nature of the show quickly demonstrates his talents and easy-going personality.
If the past is any indication, 2017 and beyond hold good things in store for the 29 year old performer, who has logged more than 3,000 hours in all on stage.
- 90 minutes of music will follow dinner with $15 – $20 per person suggested donation to the artists.
- Please call 402-873-5850 to RSVP by 3 PM, March 29 if you would like to make a reservation for dinner.
- If you can’t come for the meal, there will likely be seats available for the music, but please call ahead to find out.
- Make it a getaway and package it with an overnight stay.