UMass Lowell freshman making a splash in Lowell’s music scene
— Kathryn Leeber, Lowell Connector
 

 

With style drawing from the likes of John Mayer, James Bay, and Jason Mraz, Andrew Marshall has been steadily “making a name for himself in Lowell”, according to Kathryn Leeber of the UML Connector. His unique sound is praised for encapsulating genuine feelings about real moments.

 

Picking up the saxophone at the age of 10, Andrew has been immersed in music since he was a child. He began writing songs shortly after picking up the guitar, keeping them to himself until his high school years. Now, Marshall performs consistently in and around the Boston area, gracing venues such as the Hard Rock Cafe, The Red Room, and The Middle East.

Andrew has just recently released his debut EP titled, Letters From Lowell, available on all major streaming platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and Google Play. Despite the release of his new originals, Marshall hopes to continue to reinvent his songwriting process and explore new styles and genres along the way. Andrew is planning to put together an upcoming tour for Summer 2019.

Photograph courtesy of Davood Dashti