Drawing from his Nashville roots, singer songwriter, producer, film composer and performer, Andy Tubman creates lilting melodies and sensual grooves that take the listener on a warm, intimate journey through every tune. Songs such as “Chill” from the 2016 Keith Gattis produced album, Sea of Sin, evoke the sounds of Jeff Buckley, Ray LaMontagne and Willie Nelson with captivating emotion and stunning simplicity. In addition, Tubman’s experience as a licensed music therapist working in psychiatric hospitals was the inspirational backdrop for his song, Quiet Inside from the film, The Jacket, starring
Adrien Brody and Keira Knightley.
A cofounding member of the LA based groove band, The Jane Does, Tubman now prepares for his self-produced and soon-to-be-released solo album "Tremblin”. In addition, Tubman’s viral songs in China continue to gain momentum and millions of shares after his pre-covid sold out shows in 2019 which have now lead the troubadour to a month’s tour through Asia this coming November. Lastly, keep an eye out for a few of Tubman’s tracks coming out in films in early 2023, including a film from Blue Light that includes Tubman’s mysterious track, You Bring The Devil.
23,000 fans in mainland China
34,000,000 streams total
20,000,000 streams of Quiet Inside
Stats via NetEase Cloud Music
New unreleased album 2022
Andy Tubman’s Tremblin’, takes you on a journey from fully produced pop smash hits like Walking On A Train and My Name Is Love, to sensual and intimate down tempo laments such as Lost and Sense of Sadness. The anthemic, Just Another Day, is a philosophical exploration of daily life and incorporates Tubman’s readings of philosopher Alan Watts as well as his own theories from his work in psychiatric hospitals as a Music Therapist.