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BIOGRAPHY

East St. Louis native, Andre Delano, releases his highly anticipated single, "Where Will You Go." The song originally appeared on 11-time Grammy® award winner, Kenny “Babyface” Edmond's Tender Lover album in the summer of 1989. Delano, who has been performing live with Babyface, opens up the show each night with his rendition of the song.

"It is an absolute honor to not only perform with such a legendary artist, but to be assigned the responsibility of opening up his show every night is a dream. "Where will you go" has always been one of my favorite songs and it feels amazing to take the song from the live stage to a recorded version," states Delano.

Andre Delano's last full length CD, IV, released in 2017 is an explosive, sensual, R&B vocal-filled album. From the first song "Smashin" which speaks about the desire of making love everyday, to the song "Must be from Heaven" that places the woman on a pedestal, then rounding things out with his "Adore" Prince Tribute, "IV takes you on an urban musical journey that is sure to have you vibin' to the catchy-infectious beats and clever, memorable lyrics.

Delano first started singing when working with soul-crooner, Maxwell. The R&B Grammy winner heard Delano singing at a sound check and asked him to sing background in the band. When Delano first moved to Los Angeles, he set his sights on being a top performing saxophonist. He quickly accomplished his mission, and shortly upon arrival, began working with legendary artists, such as Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Stevie Wonder, The Phenix Horns (Earth Wind and Fire), Donny Osmond, The Emotions and many more.

Delano’s critically acclaimed, first album in 2005, Full Circle, touched Delano’s deep-rooted
talent and inventiveness. Full Circle features guest appearances by guitarists Al McKay (Earth, Wind & Fire), Bruce Conte (Tower of Power) and smooth jazz piano virtuoso Kevin Toney. The album consists of numerous smooth jazz stylings including, 'Foot Steps,' a tribute to his son entitled 'When Jadon Smiles,' and 'Night Riders,' the album's first single, remixed by legendary keyboardist Jeff Lorber.

Since the Full Circle release, he has released a Christmas album aptly titled, First Christmas, the R&B flavored, My So Fine, the updated My So Fine Uploaded and his "Help Yourself" single that was featured on the Woodward Compilation "9 Mile Road" CD! He has worked with the likes of Lionel Richie, Usher Raymond, Donnie Osmond, Christina Aguilera, Cameo and New Edition. He has booked numerous TV commercials. His music has been licensed by major corporations. Delano has made hundreds of TV appearances, and he has traveled and performed around the world.