Andrew Mark Braach
My name is Andrew Mark Braach; born and raised in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. I love to use my voice to entertain. Whether performing a song or recording voice over work, my hope is for people to enjoy what they hear.
My musical focus is mainly traditional country songs. I’ve been singing Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Sr. since I was eight years old, but love singing Lefty, Merle and Buck too. I am a fan of all the oldies and the outlaws, and I also have written a few of my own songs along the same style. I’ve enjoyed singing in honky tonks and show houses, senior centers and airports, festivals and fund raisers.
I believe my voice is one of my strengths, so I also love working in voice over. I currently have a demo for commercials and am working towards opportunities with character voices.
I am an entertainer with low vision due to albinism and am on the autism spectrum. I think this adds a uniqueness to what I offer, but I hope it also serves to inspire others to find their uniqueness in what they are passionate about.
Awards & Accomplishments
2023 Borderless Arts Young Soloist Finalist
2022 Arc TN Work Initiative Award
2020 Borderless Arts Young Soloist Champion and Fan Favorite
Featured in Breaking Ground Magazine and Connection Newsletter
Part of the 2020 "I Am Determined" Able Voices project
Good Hearted Woman
In 1969, while staying a motel in Ft Worth, TX, Waylon Jennings saw an advertisement in a newspaper promoting Tina Turner as a "good hearted woman loving two-timing men". Jennings went to Willie Nelson, who was in a middle of a poker game, about writing a song based on that phrase. Joining the game, he and Nelson expanded the lyrics as Nelson's wife Connie wrote them down.