Andrew Queen is an award-winning singer, songwriter and children’s recording artist. He’s on a mission to get kids singing about food: growing food, sharing food, local food, healthy food, eating food, and even being eaten! His latest release, GROW, offers up generous helpings of original tantalizing tunes, seasoned with silliness and sprinkled with sweet sing-alongs, guaranteed to leave folks with a belly full of laughs and hungry for more!Andrew has been making his mark on the Canadian folk scene as an animated storyteller through song. His signature fairy tale songs deliver messages of sharing, cooperation and community building, intermingled with irresistibly singable refrains. Delighted young listeners hang on the edge of their seats, singing with Andrew’s action-packed call and repeat adventures, while erupting in googles of giggles. Hailed by the press as a “troubadour teacher” and “children’s music comic laureate,” Andrew was voted Canada’s Favourite Children’s Artist of the Year at the 2011 Indies. He has won two Parent’s Choice Recommended Awards (Too Tall 2010 and GROW 2012) plus a Canadian Folk Music Award for Children’s Album of the Year in 2010. Andrew cut his teeth singing, songwriting, playing jug and washtub bass with Toronto band, Jughead. In 2004, he released Alligator Tracks for the younger crowd and never looked back. His album GROW is nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award for Children’s Album of the Year!