Andrew Keoghan is a songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist who combines his classical training in singing and violin, with elements of pop and folk.
March 2011 saw the New Zealand release of his debut album Arctic Tales Divide - eleven intriguing and melodic songs predominantly recorded at The Lab, Auckland, over the course of two weeks.
He was schooled on guitar, saxophone, violin and singing from a young age. At 21, he sung in Puccini's opera Turandot in Christchurch before moving to Wellington, where he sang in various jazz ensembles for three years. Keoghan moved to Auckland and began unassumingly making a name for himself in the music scene by writing songs and playing memorable shows, both solo with the use of a loop pedal and more recently with a live band.