Glen on the cover of Flagstaff Live this week, in advance of his show at The Green Room on January 14th, read all about it here
"Approximating the power released by a six-pack of hydrogen bombs... Andrews was searingly, exhaustingly astonishing. " nola.com
"One of the giant talents of New Orleans." Quint Davis, Producer, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
"Day three's showstopper was Glen David Andrews, who rocked the blues, took it to church and carried it into the moshpit. The gospel/R&B singer and trombonist played an electrifying set. Andrews bellowed, leaped in the air, fell to his knees, waved a yellow handkerchief and crowd-surfed — twice. His rollicking performance accommodated everything from Down in the Tremé to a Cajunized version of The Clash's Should I Stay or Should I Go."
"New Orleans has a long history of amazing performers whose legend never completely translates to the outside world... when a local artist breaks through at Jazzfest, it is a spectacular thing to witness. This fest it happened to Glen David Andrews...it was as if some otherworldly force took over him during a performance in the Gospel Tent that was completely transformative...he was a combination of James Brown and Prince...people were clamoring to touch him, to take a spark from this burning light of a spiritual force in their midst."
Times Picayune - nola.com
French Quarter Fest 2013, day 3: massive crowds and Glen David Andrews "...his newfound clear-headedness has focused his talent and energy to a laser point: New songs like the nasty “My Body Is Calling Your Body” and the psychedelic wah-wah funk tune “I Will Melt Your Heart Like Butter” each could have been no-holds-barred show-closers, but Andrews delivered them early on. Working a cordless mic and leaping into the crowd, he had juice to spare. " Read More
"He is one of the most amazing vocalists alive today -- his billowing baritone is like a horn instrument itself -- and he is an incredible entertainer. He sanctifies, electrifies, hellafies. If you weren't dancing at this show you were dead."
Bebopified - Minneapolis
"It may have been the most raucous night in the 25-year history of the Dakota, including both locations. It’s the only time I’ve felt the floor move. People stood on the mezzanine, the stairs, at the bar, in the doorways. They screamed. They jumped up and down. They raised their hands and shook their behinds and sang along."