Nicole and Andy Roberts

Nicole & Andy Roberts



Father/Daughter duo, Andy and Nicole Roberts have been performing for restaurants, theatres, and private events around Central Pennsylvania for the past 6 years. Inspired by distinguished composers of the 20th century, much of their repertoire derives from the Great American Songbook. Nicole and Andy often perform as a piano/vocal duo or in a small combo setting.


Nicole Roberts is a recent graduate of the Music Business program at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. There, she sang with Crepusculum Chamber Choir, Ned Rosenblatt’s Vocal Jazz Choir, and Point of Departure vocal jazz ensemble as co-director and lead soprano. As a vocal principal, Nicole studied jazz voice with Peter Eldridge and classical voice with Kathleen Flynn. She currently works as a freelance Music Business Consultant and big band vocalist. Some of her musical inspirations include Ella Fitzgerald, Mel Torme, Anita O’Day, June Christy, Clifford Brown, and Chet Baker.

The Trolley Song – (Martin/Blane)


Too Close for Comfort – (Bock/Weiss)


Something’s Gotta Give – (Mercer)


It Never Was You – (Weill/Anderson)