A life long singer, Audrey recalls fondly his earliest singing memory was in the children’s choir at his Grandmothers Church. Even in elementary school, Audrey was always asked to sing at school events. This continued through High School and led him to pursue music performance in college. He started his first group consisting of a guitar,drummer, horn player and himself. They regularly performed on the local radio station “The High Low and Hot Show” in his home town of High Point, North Carolina.
Audrey received a Music scholarship to North Carolina A&T State University where he studied with Frank Boulware of the Manhattan School of Music. A verstile performer, in college he sang rolls in Show Boat, Man of La Mancha and various other shows and operatic arias of the classical and romantic periods in addition to various rock and jazz bands.
Audrey was invited to sing in the master class of George Shirley (Metropolitan and International Operatic Tenor)and has performed master classes at the North Carolina School of the Arts. In the course of his career Audrey spent time in New York New York and sang with Voices Inc., the East Side Singers, and for the Bi-Centennial performance of ” US” a musical tribute to Americas’ first 200 years. He also performed in an Off Broadway pilot of New Breed is now the Seed. Audrey has continued to sing with a number of small ensembles locally and has found his passion in teaching the next generation of vocalists at the School of Rock.