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Andrew Ripp


About the Artist

Andrew Ripp is an American singer and Grammy-nominated songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. Andrew first broke into the national music scene as a songwriter; his contributions, such as Ryan Cabrera’s album, You Stand Watching, have charted on the Billboard Hot 100, Top 40 Mainstream, Pop 100 Airplay, Pop 100, and Hot Digital Songs charts.[1] As an artist he has released five studio albums. Ripp’s second album, She Remains the Same, was released on September 21, 2010, breaking the top 100 on the Billboard new artists chart. His third album, Won’t Let Go, was produced by Grammy Award winner Charlie Peacock and was released on April 16, 2013 via Be Music & Entertainment.

Ripp co-wrote the Grammy-nominated song, “Rescue Story” for artist Zach Williams and as a touring artist, Ripp has opened for Sara Bareilles, Andy Grammer, Jon Foreman, and Plain White T’s, among others. He has performed on TV shows including ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise and Entertainment Tonight and his songs have been featured on American IdolHouse of LiesOne Tree Hill, Live to Dance and Vampire Diaries.

In 2020, Ripp was nominated for a Grammy Award for co-writing the song “Rescue Story” by Zach Williams.

Ripp celebrated his 14-year sobriety anniversary this past January and the arrival of his adopted daughter in 2020.