Andy Putterman’s original music released on iTunes

Photo CC: muzoic.net // The Westword sat down with Andy Putterman to discuss the release of his latest song on iTunes.

Sophomore Andy Putterman has always been interested in music, and this year he took a major step towards furthering his passion.  The Westword sat down with Putterman to discuss his creative process and interest in music.

The Westword: When did you start singing?

Andy Putterman: I’ve been singing as long as I can remember.

TW: What got you interested in singing?

AP: Listening to the car radio and hearing the talent. The catchiness of songs helped me to get more involved in singing.

TW: What’s your favorite genre of music to listen to?

AP: R&B and Soul for sure.

TW: Do you take vocal classes?

AP: No, I do not.

TW: What’s it like having a song on ITunes?

AP: It’s really cool. It’s fun to be able to have created something original and to be able to share it with family, friends and the world.

TW: Who’s your biggest inspiration?

AP: Hmm that’s a tough one.  I’d have to say Justin Timberlake.

TW: What’s your favorite time period in relation to music?

AP: Probably the early 2,000’s.

TW: Are you thinking about pursuing music in college?

AP: Probably not, because I think I want to pursue politics and law. But I’ll always have a passion for music and will continue to sing.

TW: What’s your favorite song right now?

AP: Right now? I would have to say Sorry by Justin Bieber.

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