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Andy Anderson (born September 15, 1969) is an American-born record producer, songwriter, remixer, and is a four-time Dove Award-winning music producer. Anderson also appears on "Keys to the Kingdom", "Walking On The Stars", and many more. Anderson produced several songs on many Group 1 Crews albums and releases, including the latest album Fearless and Faster EP. His work ranges in many styles of music production from EDM electronic, to rap, modern pop and soul. Anderson began songwriting at the age of 16. In 1993, Anderson attended Orlando's Full Sail University and graduated with a degree in audio engineering. In 1996, Anderson began producing and writing on his own and working with independent talent in Orlando, Florida, and currently operates VRS Studios in Orlando, Florida. Since then,

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  • Andy Anderson (born September 15, 1969) is an American-born record producer, songwriter, remixer, and is a four-time Dove Award-winning music producer. Anderson also appears on "Keys to the Kingdom", "Walking On The Stars", and many more. Anderson produced several songs on many Group 1 Crews albums and releases, including the latest album Fearless and Faster EP. His work ranges in many styles of music production from EDM electronic, to rap, modern pop and soul. Anderson began songwriting at the age of 16. In 1993, Anderson attended Orlando's Full Sail University and graduated with a degree in audio engineering. In 1996, Anderson began producing and writing on his own and working with independent talent in Orlando, Florida, and currently operates VRS Studios in Orlando, Florida. Since then,
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  • Andy Anderson (born September 15, 1969) is an American-born record producer, songwriter, remixer, and is a four-time Dove Award-winning music producer. Anderson also appears on "Keys to the Kingdom", "Walking On The Stars", and many more. Anderson produced several songs on many Group 1 Crews albums and releases, including the latest album Fearless and Faster EP. His work ranges in many styles of music production from EDM electronic, to rap, modern pop and soul. Anderson began songwriting at the age of 16. In 1993, Anderson attended Orlando's Full Sail University and graduated with a degree in audio engineering. In 1996, Anderson began producing and writing on his own and working with independent talent in Orlando, Florida, and currently operates VRS Studios in Orlando, Florida. Since then, Anderson has produced and engineered at some of Central Florida's largest studios. In 2001 Anderson began producing/engineering professionally and working with some of music's most influential artists of yesteryear, such as George McCrae, songwriter Tony Battaglia, Brent Smith from Shinedown and more. Anderson is currently producing and songwriting to this day. Anderson currently has produced and co-written music for comedic celebrity Angela Johnson, also known as Mad TV's Bon Qui Qui, for her soon-to-be-released comedy rap album for Atlantic Records. Anderson also produced popular Gotee Records Christian artist Ryan Stevenson's EP titled "Yesterday, Today, Forever". Anderson also is currently producing and writing songs for American Idol's David Willis in 2014 on his debut upcoming EP set to release in 2015. Anderson has had many of his songs and productions on popular TV shows such as One Tree Hill, MTV, Ellen Degeneres, Moms' Night Out (2014) starring Trace Atkins and Patricia Heaton, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Bloomingdales and more.
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