Gifted multi-instrumentalist Andy Harlow grew up in a family group of Latin musicians; he was the boy of bass participant Pal Harlow and sibling of pianist Larry Harlow. This enthusiastic performer began playing while participating in senior high school. After attaining a bachelor’s level in Music Education along with a master’s in Cultural Music, Andy Harlow was captivated with the saxophone. Learning different methods, he was shortly playing alongside Tito Rodríguez, Ismael Rivera, and Tito Puente, among various other prominent Latin performers. After taking part in Fania All-Stars, Andy Harlow produced his single debut using the discharge of Sorpresa la Flauta, developing his own music group, Latin Fever. He shifted from NY to Miami within the past due-’70s, assembling a fresh group known as Salsamania, playing Latin jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms.