Andrea Goodman is an artist fresh of the Nashville scene transplanted to the Texas scene. The development of Andrea’s unique style is the result of a lifetime of musical influence. Growing up in the Bluegrass state meant that Andrea was always surrounded by different forms of music. With Kentucky being the birthplace of Bluegrass and Nashville nearby, her parents exposed her to a wealth of music as a child, all of which influenced her development. Her first foray into learning an instrument himself came when she started to play the guitar in her twenties. This was directly after picking up several acoustic gigs with duo partners in Bowling Green, KY, just an hour north of Nashville. Before long, she began writing her own lyrics and soon was accompanying them with melodies. She is keen to point out that everything she listens to directs her musical development in some way. However, she would certainly include Miranda Lambert, Loretta Lynn, Kacey Musgraves, Brandy Clark, Justin Moore, and Tyler Childers as among her biggest influences. Andrea has opened for artists such as Daryl Worley, Blackhawk, Drake White, and Calista Clark. After honing her unique sound over recent years, she has now released her debut album, ‘No Man’s Land’, which showcase the changes that Andrea has gone through over recent years.