About Andrew Roachford
Andrew Roachford exploded on the music in the late '80s with unforgettable tracks like Cuddly Toy and Family Man. He was the first artist to sign a staggering seven-album deal with Columbia Records, and was the company's biggest selling domestic act for over 10 years.
Roachford was raised in south London to West Indian parents. As a child of the '70s and '80s, his music was influenced by everyone from Al Green and Michael Jackson to David Bowie. Roachford’s trademark has become his rare ability to put feelings into words. Over the years, he's released anthems like Lay Your Love Out On Me, Naked Without You and Complicated, to name just a few.
His latest album offerings have been 2013's The Beautiful Moment and 2016's Encore.
Last updated: February, 2019