Miami-based session musician and arranger Andy Goldman started playing as a teenager, when he received his initial guitar as something special from his brother; his debut open public performances emerged as an associate of his family members group, the Display Stoppers. After senior high school, he shaped the music group Drew T., afterwards signing up for the alternative-rock device Slang. Goldman’s ideal success, however, emerged as a program participant on recordings from a number of the South Florida area’s best performers, including Gloria Estefan (“Everlasting Like,” “Like on the Two-Way Road,” “Traces” and “Reach”) and Jon Secada (“Where WILL I Move From You,” “Consider Me,” and “Great Sense”). He also done the ratings for the movies The Specialist as well as the Hour Cup. Tragically, Goldman passed away on Feb 12, 1996, just like his profession was taking trip; he was just 32 years of age.