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“I had the opportunity to listen to your final product today, and I am extremely happy with the results. I love the ad lib you did at the end of the book. Awesome!” – Mike Sheriff, Publisher of The Findertip Press, Inc. “You Won’t Get Fooled Again”, by Sean O’Connery


“From the first sentence to the last, Barnes's deep, expressive tones mold Washington's autobiography with a warm, stentorian resonance…” Up from Slavery”, by Booker T. Washington, AudioFile Magazine; Oct/Nov Issue


“…I hope we get to work together again soon. You did a great job on this spot and I know you can do more than Jamaican reads!” Stephanie Nolte, Soundscape, Inc.


“Andrew L. Barnes's rich voice captures a variety of accents perfectly, with excellent timing. A good addition to music, biography, and popular collections.” Library Journal, Nann Blaine Hilyard, Zion-Benton P.L., IL


“…I LOVE WHAT YOU’VE CREATED! I’ve had several books go to audio, but none have hit me as hard as this

one. Your narrator, Mr. Barnes, is absolutely superb and please convey my thanks and compliments to him as well.” William R. Forstchen, author of We Look Like Men of War


“…his words are brought to life by Andrew Barnes. He doesn’t imitate Charle’s distinctive voice but captures all of its passion and style.” Brother Ray: Ray Charles Own Story, Blackstone Audio, Inc., AudioFile Magazine; Oct/Nov, Vol 14, No.3


"...story with ingenuity, a mix of vocal styles and, occasionally, a pleasant singing voice. Selections are set apart with brief, appropriate music.” – The People Could Fly, Audio Bookshelf, Barbara Wysocki, Cora J. Belden Library, Rocky Hill, CT, 2004


“Sam’s voice offers a unique and insightful perspective on the carnage of the War between the States and the toll it took on both young and old, black and white.” – We Look Like Men of War, Blackstone Audio, 2005


“Barnes deftly handles the dialect in which the tales were written, though younger listerners may find the authentic speech patterns challenging…. Barnes brings many well-known characters to life – animal, human, or spirit – imparting care and respect for their place in African American lore….A particular highlight is Barnes’ soulful telling of the painful yet hopeful.” - The Booklist; Mar 1, 2005


"I had a very specific need for a radio spot I was producing and found Andrew through a search I did on the internet.

Sometimes working with people out of your market or not face-to-face can be challenging, but Andrew made

my job very easy. He not only has a wonderful range and tone, but he is extremely professional and very pleasant

to work with. He met our strict time lines with ease and helped us exceed our deadline by recording the spot

in his own studio. I look forward to working with him again on future projects and I would highly recommend him

for any job you may need a great voice for!" – Michelle Robertson - YUM! Design & Advertising, 2005


“Thank you so much for the great job. You did a good work, and I am very pleased with the outcome. You captured the right mood we want for the presentation. Everything is perfect!” – Irene Mendoza, President, VIANET Web Design, 2005


"We were very pleased with the quality of your voice-over work as well as your creativity. We'll definitely use you again as our needs arise. " - Jennifer D. Persson - Jabbertones, Inc., 2005


"Andrew was prompt, cooperative and ensured we made our deadlines. A pleasure to work with!" – Tony DiPasquale – Creative Forces, Inc., 2005


“As Performed by Andrew Barnes, this prize-winning text, compiled by the illustrious Virginia Hamilton, is a gem.” – AudioFile Magazine, 2004.


"Once more, fantastic work, you've truly captured the characters." - LV Studios, Raja Game, 2004


"I forgot to mention on the phone the reason we thought you were best of the 50 or so samples we got was because we liked the energy in your voice on the demo. Your version of "Let's all go to the drive through!" had us laughing hard." – John Fletcher Films, Nor Cal, 2004


"We have received good comments on the spots. I've heard the radio on air, and it sounds great. Thanks again for your help." - David K. Burnap Agency, First Day Financial, 2004


"Andrew...just wanted to say thanks for the voice. Both takes are perfect!" – Company Sound.COM, Web, 2004


"...the spots that you have already made are fitting in just great." - WCVG 1320 AM, Imaging, 2004


coming soon!

Manifesting the Blessings of God by Steven  


Christians are taught a great deal about how to receive entry into God’s family: by grace, through faith. The problem is that many are only taught how to enter the Kingdom; they are not given practical, Bible-based strategies on how to live victoriously in the Kingdom of God.

Television Highlights

Here's a new production for The Bible Tells Me So. com God is mighty in power, love and mercy! Think about this wondrous world He created for you & me.




This week's auditions ranged from the typical to bizarre. Listen to how much fun I had doing this series!


Bunion Derby
The 1928 Footrace Across America

On March 4, 1928, 199 men lined up in Los Angeles, California, to participate in a 3,400-mile transcontinental footrace to New York City.


The Bunion Derby, as the press dubbed the event, was the brainchild of sports promoter Charles C. Pyle. He promised a $25,000 grand prize and claimed the competition would immortalize US Route 66, a 2,400-mile road, mostly unpaved, that subjected the runners to mountains, deserts, mud, and sandstorms, from Los Angeles to Chicago. 






Mississippi in Africa:
The Saga of the Slaves of Prospect Hill Plantation and Their Legacy in Liberia Today


The gripping story of 200 freed Mississippi slaves who sailed to Liberia to build a new colony - where the colonists' repression of the native tribes would beget a tragic cycle of violence. When a wealthy Mississippi cotton planter named Isaac Ross died in 1836, his will decreed that his plantation, Prospect Hill, should be liquidated and the proceeds from the sale be used to pay for his slaves' passage to the newly established colony of Liberia in western Africa.




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