Andrew began his career busking on the streets New Zealand before releasing his first album, "Conversations", and being signed by Narada Records. He later released "Islands" -- an instrumental collaboration with Grammy-nominated artist David Arkenstone. The record reached Top 30 on the US Billboard Charts.
Following a live broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland, he was signed by UK label Linn Records and recorded an instrumental album entitled "Guitarra Celtica". This was quickly followed by "Pray For Rain", Andrew's first vocal album released on the Scottish label Vertical Records.
In January of 2005, he released "Andrew White - Live", which was broadcasted to over 2-million people, as well as nominated for a Canadian East Coast Music Award.
Most recently, Andrew released two records with Candyrat Records -- “Traces of Silver” and "Walk in Light".
Andrew's unique sound is difficult to describe. He was inspired in his youth by folk guitar greats Ralph McTell, Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, but since then has developed his own, innovative style of music.