Cellardoor debuted in 2004 with the album 'L'esprit de l'Escalier'. The album was written, performed, recorded and produced by Andrew Edwards in Brooklyn, NY (USA). A year later, Edwards recruited guest vocalist Jennifer Bechtel and guitarist Ami for the second album, 'I Didn't Get The Memo'.
The final Cellardoor album 'Distance' (2006), also produced in Brooklyn, includes collaborations with a bevy of incredibly talented performers, including John Carlin (Kids Music Underground), Micah Bucey (The Gay Agenda), Jennifer Houseal, Tim Keiper, Alden Terry, Jeremy Clayton, and Soren Anders (The Staves). It features a cover version of Hounds Of Love. While Andrew Edwards continued to make music, the Cellardoor project ended with this third album.
- Andrew Edwards. Bandcamp.com, retrieved 25 August 2018.