- Date of Birth:
- December 16, 1976
- Los Angeles
Andrew Dorff (born in Los Angeles on Dec. 16, 1976) was a country music singer/songwriter. It was announced that he had passed away at the young age of 40, on Facebook, by Lee Thomas Miller, president of Nashville Songwriters Association International, Dec. 20. Andrew has penned multiple hits for household music names such as: Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes, Jake Owen, Dierks Bentley and Cole Swindell. His most recent no. 1 hits included, Kenny Chesney‘s “Save It for a Rainy Day,” Shelton’s “My Eyes.” and Hayes’ “Somebody’s Heartbreak”. He moved to Nashville in 2003, where he signed with Universal Music Publishing Group. He made Billboard’s country charts in 2008 when Martina McBride‘s “Ride”, that he wrote, hit the first top 10 single.
Best Known For:
Andrew Dorff was best known for being a country singer/songwriter and producing hits for iconic singers like Tim McGraw and Blake Shelton.
Andrew Dorff was the son of famed songwriter/composer, Steve Dorff, and the brother of actor, Stephen Dorff.