Andrew Pandaleon began his career as an unofficial wedding singer at two years old.  During a band break at a family wedding he stole a Virginia Slim from a nearby purse, grabbed the microphone, and dressed in a little gray tuxedo, performed a rousing rendition of the ABC’s.  No one in his family will ever let him forget it.

Andrew was born in Evanston, IL and studied acting at The Piven Theater as a member of their “Young People’s Company.” He also studied voice at Northwestern University while attending Loyola Academy.  He then went on to graduate with a BA in theater and voice from UCLA. 

It was early in his college years that he found a love for Bobby Darin.  That fire quickly spread to Dean Martin, Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holliday, and Frank Sinatra.

After graduating he was cast in a new jazz musical called “Play it Cool” as Will, a young aspiring crooner fresh off the bus from Kansas.  After a little collaboration and education from the play’s composer, Mark Winkler, he began writing, performing, and recording his own songs. In addition to Mr. Winkler he has collaborated with Louis Durra and Jeff Franzel.

He now splits his time between theater and music.  Continuing to write, record, and perform whenever possible.  

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