Watch Now! Andy Allo Performs “People Pleaser” & Talks Rebuild The Dream

Andy Allo performed “People Pleaser” on Fox’s Chicago Morning Show this Morning and also talked about the Rebuild The Dream foundation and the last “Welcome 2 Chicago” date which is tonight.

Andy says this is not the show to miss. We would have to agree with Janelle Monae going to be in the mix.

Andy also took a few questions from the morning hosts about what it has been like this past week in Chicago and performing with Prince. For the interview and performance and “Superconductor” release info and a photo of Prince and Andy jamming, click on the continue reading button below.

Unfortunately, the embed links are not working on Fox’s site BUT here are the links to watch.

People Pleaser Performance

Andy Allo Interview

There appears to be no release date yet for “Superconductor” but I think it may be getting released in a different, better way shortly.

Also, Andy posted a photo on her Facebook Fan Page late last night of her and Prince jamming during Little Red Corvette.-DocFB




  1. KLM

    She’s simply a stunning girl. I feel like she’s being taught how to be funky though, as it doesn’t seem natural to her. I also feel that she’s not ripe yet. Meaning…I feel like there might be something special about her, but am not seeing or feeling it yet.

  2. Umm ok

    It’s ok..she needs to practice more. Cute voice and cute girl but a bit amateur..hopefully she gets better

  3. Caroline

    Loved her performance. She is talented. I hope to see Prince live in Detroit.. Show some love to the Motor City, Prince!!! Pretty please and thank U. 😉

  4. oldschool

    The singing isn’t really happening musically and she can barely play the guitar – needs to work on it some more.

  5. Twinkly1

    cute song like the horns Andy’s voice sounds good, need to work on stage movement/presence.

  6. Immanuel6

    I always love when Prince adds the funky hornz….they are off the chain! The horn section provides a richness to Prince’s sound.

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