Andy Hull is a singer, guitarist, and songwriter famous as the member of the rock band Manchester Orchestra. He is also the co-president of Manchester Orchestra's label, Favorite Gentlemen. As an accomplished singer, Hull is living a blissful and contented life along with his wife and daughter.
Early Life and Education
Andy Hull was born John Andrew Hall on November 7, 1986. He is originally from Atlanta, Georgia while raised in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He developed an interest in playing guitar when his parents bought him one. He soon learned to play guitar by himself.
Hull attended Christian High School in the small town of Georgia. He did self-study after finishing his high school education.
Andrew started playing guitar and writing songs at the very young age. He collaborated with a friend a bass guitarist and performed with him at that time. Later, he worked as a drummer with the Manchester Orchestra’s Keyboard player Chris Freeman. He wanted Manchester to be a solo project.
In 2004, he wrote and recorded his first album 5 Stories. He along with Manchester Orchestra guitarist Robert McDowell wrote made a soundtrack for the film Swiss Army Man in 2016. He had played a cameo role and made a guest appearance in shows like Winston Audio, O’Brother, The Dear Hunter, Weatherbox, Frightened Rabbit, and Grouplove.
Besides that he is involved in side project Right Away, Great Captain! He along with his friend Kevin Devine initiated a project entitled Bad Books. Furthermore, he is a co-president of Manchester Orchestra’s label, Favorite Gentlemen.
The 30-year-old singer Hull is a married man. He married his longtime girlfriend, Amy Hull in 2008. The duo set a good example of relationship goals with their never ending love for each other.
They are blessed with a child together. The husband and wife welcomed their only daughter Mayzie Hull on July 18, 2014.
The talented personality Andy makes a lucrative amount from his career. His current estimated net worth is $4 million.