Andrew Beals joined legendary Jazz Organist, "Brother" Jack McDuff and the "Heatin' System" in 1986. Beals became the latest in a long line of Jazz Saxophone greats, including: Sonny Stitt, Gene Ammons, Red Holloway, Joe Henderson, Joe Lovano, Harold Vick, and Rahsaan Roland Kirk, to work with Jack McDuff. Andrew Beals' fourteen-year tenure in Jack McDuff's band was marked by a busy performance schedule, which included lengthy tours of North America and Europe. Andrew Beals is a featured soloist and arranger on Jack McDuff's compact discs for Concord and Summit records. Andrew Beals began his recording career as a leader with his compact disc "Gravy Train" on NASMusic Records. Andrew Beals has appeared as a leader of his own band and as a featured soloist with Jack McDuff, and others, at many renowned Jazz clubs and festivals.