Since he started his music path, and got acclaimed by fans and critics alike. His latest album If All the World Were Right based on concept themes that discuss many issues that anyone face during his life’s journey.

If All the World Were Right was released last January via Artists International Inc features amazing 13 tracks. For who doesn’t know the artist his style is similar to Cat Stevens, Tom Petty, Seals & Crofts, Sheryl Crow, Leonard Cohen, and The Moody Blues. Andrew Reed is a songwriter, guitarist and producer with several Billboard and global hits to his credit. And he really deserves more than that, his compositions takes you to a paradise of tuens because he’s really know how to make a nice arrangement with all available elements. His choice of sax and trumpet in Life in the City or viola in many other tracks.

His commentary on the album was the best description really, he says, is “about my journey, but I don’t think it is unique to me at all. Most of us go through really tough patches during our lives. So much of it has to do with our thinking and the emotions that result. We are constantly thinking about how to interpret or reconcile our lives… BUT we have a choice in how we experience the world! And all it takes to improve this is to change your thinking or perception of things. Once I got ahold of that idea many years ago, Bam! My life changed! We tend to become what we think about…and it is about that simple. So I started to think positively, about all the options there are…and how I could see others in a more loving way…without judgment or without the need to call them “right or wrong”…but just accept everyone as they are…and trust in Life.” as it’s really said nicely by critics; “The most fitting genre description for Andrew’s music is “Introspective Rock/Acoustic” where the rich inner world of experience is explored. As cited in the liner notes of Search for Significance” 


If All the World Were Right reached #15 on the Global/Cashbox Top Adult Contemporary Top 50, #31 Billboard Top 40, #8 Hot 100 Airplay chart and was the #1 New Music Weekly Indie record for 10 weeks. He also produced Daves Highways #5 Billboard album, “An Acoustic Christmas” as well as other critically acclaimed records including the psychedelic studio player jam band, Space Apaches.

Check his album below and share it among friends, because they deserve to listen to great music too!