|Posted on December 9, 2017 at 7:40 AM|
After thousands of Youtube views and radio airplays in Europe and North America plus thousands of Spotify streams, Andrew Farstar is releasing his second album. Known as a singer songwriter with smooth voice, Andrew has transformed his style from a more “adult oriented” music of Jazz and Pop AC to reach younger fans.
Metamorphosis is a change of direction of Farstar’s music with the emphasis on edgy Pop sound and the trendy EDM. Farstar has previously flir...Read Full Post »
|Posted on November 17, 2017 at 12:05 AM|
The month of November saw the release of a new single by Andrew Farstar titled "Cry Me a River".
Fans of smooth Jazz will definitely love this new Jazz number. Acclaimed to be his best performance yet, He revisits Cry Me a River – a famous song from decades ago. Andrew sings this song with emotion, vulnerability, gentleness and tenderness that only he can deliver.
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|Posted on October 1, 2017 at 6:05 AM|
The month of October saw a new single release by Andrew Farstar titled "I Don't Want to Lose Your Love".
This song is Andrew Farstar’s tribute to John O’Banion – the original performer of this past hit. Farstar’s take on this song is both fresh and edgy, while still faithful to the song’s soul. The prominent sound of electric guitars brings this music into Pop-Rock territory.
|Posted on September 5, 2017 at 12:55 AM|
Amyadori is a Japanese song made popular by Mayumi Itsuwa, who is known as the “Carole King” of Japan. Andrew Farstar revisits this song in a totally new and fresh interpretation by combining traditional and modern elements in the musical arrangement.
This project demonstrates Andrew’s capability in singing in different languages. So far he has sung in English, Italian and Chinese, and now in Japanese. “I hope my Japanese fans will like this songR...Read Full Post »
|Posted on May 18, 2017 at 1:50 AM|
For the fans of David Foster, Toto or Jay Graydon, the latest release from Andrew Farstar will surely satisfy their thirst. This past underground West Coast hit has been revived by Andrew’s interpretation. With new arrangement - while staying faithful to the original - is pleasantly refreshing.
“This is one of my favourite songs for a long time. To finally singing it is like a dream come true to me. I also feel honoured to have worked with some talented musician...Read Full Post »
|Posted on May 1, 2017 at 3:15 AM|
Andrew Farstar’s songs have been on dozens of radio stations (FM & Internet radio) in Europe and North America in the past weeks and reached more than 1,500 plays in total. Andrew is humbled by the support and grateful to those radio stations…
“I Will Always Love You” is the favourite by the stations, followed by “Goodbye Is Not Forever” and the dance mix of “Follow Your Heart”
Despite of how challenging ...Read Full Post »
For those of you who may be wondering why Andrew's Facebook page is no longer there, here is the answer...
Andrew has decided not to have a Facebook page at this time as it is so hard to navigate on Facebook with very limited vision. Even with various visual aid and software, it is still a huge task to do for him. He would spend 4 to 5 times longer than people with normal vision just to navigate and post something on Facebook. It is a hard decision but it is probably the best for now.Read Full Post »
I recently finished the song “Being Human”. This song was inspired by the dynamics of human relationships that I observe all around me. All of us humans, we need each other…However, sometimes along the way in our lives, we can make mistakes. We learn from our mistakes. We will experience up and down in many aspects of our lives also. Sometimes we are on the high, sometimes we are on the low…
Whatever it is that we are experiencing right ...Read Full Post »
Recently I recorded a new song titled "Goodbye is Not Forever". This song represents some aspects of my story. I lost my father and brother a number of years ago, then followed by other family, relatives and friends who passed away in different circumstances. The latest ones were the death of my brother-in-law and a lady-friend of mine. Both were caused by cancer in late 2015.
Even if I could mention, I have also lost a number of pets over the years. Dogs ...Read Full Post »