John McAndrew a Spiritual Singer/Storyteller to Perform at a Houston Hospital Event for Patients and Alumni Caught Up With This Creative Storyteller in a Series of Videos Available Now

John McAndrew is an inspirational storyteller whose message of hope and forgiveness captivates and inspires listeners. Reminiscent of Michael W Smith, John McAndrew lays bare the soul, allowing the listener to heal and extract all that is needed from his music. John recently released an album entitled Forgiven, that he has worked on with producer Ken Polk of Warner Bros. Film, on WBA Records. John McAndrew’s style of music is country inspirational, and a catalyst for the soul.

John McAndrew is on a journey, a spiritual path along which healthy reflection on past mistakes aids with the help of prayer and music. John is passionate about helping people, healing people with his music, his storytelling, and his lyrics. Helping people who have made mistakes or just need some inspiration is what John is all about. He wants to perform as much as he can for his fans and for people who can benefit from his music.

On March 7th, 2015 John McAndrew will be speaking and performing at the alumni banquet at the Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center in Houston, TX. The attendees will enjoy a lovely evening of food, fellowship, and experiencing John McAndrew’s magical storytelling for themselves.

“An integrated health system, Memorial Hermann is known for world-class clinical expertise, patient-centered care, leading edge technology, and innovation. The system, with its exceptional medical staff and more than 20,000 employees, serves to advance health in Southeast Texas and the Greater Houston community. Memorial Hermann’s 12 hospitals include three hospitals in the Texas Medical Center, including the Texas Trauma Institute – a level I trauma center which houses the Life Flight® air ambulance – a hospital for children and a rehabilitation hospital, eight suburban hospitals, and a second rehabilitation hospital in Katy. The system also operates three Heart & Vascular Institutes, the Mischer Neuroscience Institute, three Ironman Sports Medicine Institute locations, cancer centers, imaging and surgery centers, sports medicine and rehabilitation centers, outpatient laboratories, a chemical dependency treatment center, a home health agency, a retirement community and a nursing home. As an Accountable Care Organization, the system also offers employers health solutions and health benefit plans through Memorial Hermann Health Insurance Company.”’s “Live From The Couch” caught up with John McAndrew  to get some insights about his music. McAndrew shared that his inspiration comes from his own experiences and difficulties in life that he has gone through as well as inspiration from his fathers, his Earthy Father and his Heavenly Father. You can watch his brief interview and listen to his track “I Love You All” at:, catch up on his other single “If You Can’t Forgive” at:, and draw some much needed strength from “Give Me New Eyes” at:

For more information on John McAndrew, visit and For Press Inquiries, contact: Gale Rosenberg at Web ‘n Retail. Email: Phone: 1.818.453.8777


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