Andrew grew up in the Bay Area and learned to play the piano and guitar at an early age. After returning to Oakland in 2012, he quickly earned a reputation as one of the most versatile and skilled multi-instrumentalists in the Bay Area. His ability to help musicians realize their visions lead him to work with a number of major bands and multimedia artists while he forged his own sound.
For years he has been a creative member of a number of projects including the Kev Choice Ensemble, Emily Afton, and the Jazz Mafia. He has also performed and recorded with the likes of Jody Watley, Terrace Martin, Hans Zimmer, Lyrics Born, Zion i, and countless others. His previous projects have booked shows at Outside Lands, Fox Theater Oakland, The Chapel, and more, both headlining and opening for the likes of Lauryn Hill, Third Eye Blind, and Mavis Staples among others. Andrew Levin is building on this success and has played Bottom of The Hill, Starry Plough, and The Uptown with his latest project. His music is inspired by the sounds of Björk, Leon Bridges, and Prince, you can hear this in his most recent 5 song EP.
Currently based in San Francisco, Andrew Levin is creating experimental electro-acoustic-pop music. His songs are firmly rooted in his personal story of touring, overcoming trauma, and ultimately finding refuge in music. Andrew’s passion for keeping creativity alive and well in his hometown has made him an advocate for the Bay Area Arts. He sees the Bay Area as a special place where people have come together despite their differences for decades. Thus art and creativity in the Bay Area have been something he believes is worth fighting for.