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December 17, 2011  | by: Lindsay Shoemake

Andrew Belle's easy listening breed of indie-rock is sure to make in impression on all listeners.

Nothing can compare to unearthing a hidden gem in the often monotonous world of music.  Cue Andrew Belle; an indie artist on-the-rise who hasn’t earned nearly enough credit for his haunting lyrics, raspy vocals and impeccable musical arrangements. 

Belle is a well-rounded performer, playing both the piano and guitar.

Belle’s music has been featured on popular shows like 90210 and The Real World, and he was even voted “Best Breakout Artist” in Chicago by MTV.  Belle’s biggest break to date came when his song, “In My Veins,” was featured on the season 6 finale of Grey’s Anatomy.

Belle’s most recent full-length release, The Ladder, is a mind-blowing compilation of ballads, upbeat songs and haunting melodies. A popular track is “Static Waves” featuring Katie Herzig, that personifies the bitter regret and confusing emotions that come along with leaving a relationship behind.  Belle attributes his success to bands like Counting Crows, Third Eye Blind and The Verve pipe for his success.  They are all bands who he calls his inspirations.

To find out more about Andrew Belle and his soulful, indie style visit his official website, http://www.andrewbelle.com.

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