Michael Andrew has returned to Orlando after starring in the World Premiere of the new Broadway Bound musical "The Nutty Professor" directed by Jerry Lewis with a score by Marvin Hamlisch. Michael and the show received rave reviews and in TIME Magazine, Jerry Lewis called him the next Broadway star.
As a headline singer and bandleader, Michael has been dazzling crowds coast-to-coast, including two years at the world famous Rainbow Room in New York City, and at Merv Griffin's Coconut Club in the Beverly Hilton, inspiring Griffin to refer to Michael while on "Larry King Live," as "one of the great singers of all time." Michael and his 18-piece Atomic Big Band have performed at Hollywood premiers, presidential inaugural balls, and for a number of recent motion pictures.
Michael Andrew is a frequent guest artist with Symphonic Orchestras having performed with orchestras in Akron, Albuquerque, Birmingham, Melbourne, Houston, Long Beach, Missoula, Orlando, Providence, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, San Antonio, Sarasota, and other cities across America. On February 9, he will be appearing at the Bob Carr Performing Center with The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.