Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Andrew Suvalsky, began his musical career as part of the Jackie Allen Jazz Group in Chicago. Soon after, he was part of the Old Town Jazz Finesse at the historic Fairmont Hotel and Chicago’s Up and Coming Jazz Revue at Magnum Supper Club. Upon moving to New York, he performed at such famous venues as Don’t Tell Mama, Danny’s Skylight Room, and the West Village Club, Bar D’O, both as a solo act and alongside the Wells Hanley Quartet and the David Easton Trio.
In the mood for love from all sides, pop style? This CD just may be perfect for you. On this CD, Suvalsky sings about every possibility of love, both positive and negative situations. You will find yourself, as Suvalsky said, fondly, affectionately, and even emotionally, attached. In no time you will be dancing to his music, and crying because of the strong sense of emotion (heart and feeling) he puts into his music. Do not be amazed when you fid that you can relate to his music, because we all can, and that is what makes his music so affective to his listeners. If he is not a favorite, believe me, once you have experienced his music he will be.
Listening to this CD, you can not resist dancing to "Do You Want to Dance," because it is contagious. You can not help falling in love with "This Guy’s In Love with You," because it is as if he is trying to hepmatize his listeners. "We’re In This Love Together:" there is such truth in this song. Within this song it is as if he casts a love spell. On "Close to Me," he puts you in the mood for love, and you can not help but dream. His song "Crying," causes you to have flashbacks of your first love. Get ready to move so freely to "Love Is Alive." Is your love too far away? How about some encouragement? "Love The One You're With" will do that. Can you relate to "This Year’s Love?" How about finding out for yourself? Do you want to add a little swinging experience? How about some "Alright, OK, You Win?" How about sprinkling a bit of some romance of a brand new flavor? "You’d be So Nice," will be perfect to fill a plate. Feeling a little knaughty, he says to come and get some of "Everything I’ve Got," and that's not a good thing. There is more romance to go around with "Angel Eyes." As Suvalsky said, "The Best Is Yet to Come." As you can tell, this CD allows you to continue to keep on dreaming, so come and journey with me and Andrew Suvalsky.