Credits

Adam's piano music has been well received on new age and modern classical radio stations around the world. His albums have charted in the Top 10 on the Zone Music Reporter (ZMR) Top 100 Radio Airplay Chart. In addition, Adam's music charted in the Top 5 for 6 consecutive months on Music Choice (Soundscapes Channel). Adam's albums have received several honors:

Reviews 

PRAYERS IN THE DARK (2016)

PRAYERS IN THE DARK (2016)

KATHY PARSONS, MAINLYPIANO.COM

I thoroughly enjoyed Adam Andrews' first two solo piano albums (Road to Ambo and A Thousand Springs), but when I saw him perform live in Southern CA earlier this year, it really sealed the deal - Adam Andrews is one of my favorite pianist/composers! It's a major achievement to record an album of original music that charts well and appeals to a variety of musical tastes, but the way Andrews grabs his audiences with emotion and sincerity is absolutely stunning... Prayers in the Dark is truly an exceptional album! If you are new to Adam Andrews' music, this is a great place to start!...Very highly recommended!


 A THOUSAND SPRINGS (2015)

 A THOUSAND SPRINGS (2015)

Kathy Parsons, MainlyPiano.com

Adam Andrews’ award-winning and highly-praised 2014 debut album, Road to Ambo, set the bar very high for a follow-up album, but A Thousand Springs does not disappoint...I would expect A Thousand Springs to be as well-received as Adam Andrews’ debut and look forward to seeing him become a prominent voice in contemporary solo piano...Very highly recommended!

Midwest Record

The neat thing about solo pianist Andrews is that he can play with all kinds of emotion, depth and coloration but he chooses to make his work constantly joyous and upbeat....Everything here is celebratory or inspiring. Clearly a nu kind of new age piano set, Andrews hits all the right notes and will inspire a sea of pretenders that just don't hit the notes with the precision and passion he does. Well done.

Steve Sheppard, One World Music

A Thousand Springs is the total package for fans of the solo piano genre, the creativity, happiness and energetic power, with which this album has been made, will raise your spirits, the skill and professionalism that can be found in the performances will no doubt impress you. Adam Andrews has indeed travelled the long road to Ambo and within this album you can feel the unbridled love and happiness gained along the way. 


ROAD TO AMBO (2014)

ROAD TO AMBO (2014)

Kathy Parsons, MainlyPiano.com

Adam Andrews is a brilliant new voice in the solo piano realm and his debut album is outstanding...Highly recommended!

Midwest Record

Ready to take his place with the top cats in the genre, Andrews has it together and this set will find favor with fans of the Kevin Kern etc gang. Well done.

Mark S. Tucker, AcousticMusic.com

If you like George Winston, Liz Story, Tim Story (no relation), and the spectrum of chamber-moderne ambient pastorales, then you're going to love The Road to Ambo, as Adam Andrews possesses a highly developed narrative sense, sparkling élan, and uncluttered style within a pair of well trained hands exhibiting clean precise chops...Not a moment is less than soothing and inspirational but also, to re-emphasize, quite quite artistic. 

Steve Sheppard, One World Music

For the lovers of the solo piano genre this is a must for you, but for those of you dear readers and listeners who want to listen to something that has a real sense of being a very personal and powerful reveal of the self, you may well might like to immerse yourself into the world of Adam Andrews and buy yourself a copy of this personal journey on The Road To Ambo.

Ascentor

So "Road to Ambo" can not be discounted and can be called a "healing" album. Very beautiful and perfectly played, it is a great debut and gave all fans of the "solo piano" genre a new name to enjoy.

Gena, ZMR Member Reviews

The entire album is filled with upbeat, joyous, life-affirming piano music that is immediately accessible and enjoyable.