Cash began his career in the Toronto punk band L'Étranger, which also included Charlie Angus. When the band broke up in 1986, Cash signed to Island Records as a solo artist. His first release on the label was a reissue of L'Étranger's last recording, Sticks and Stones. He released three albums as a solo artist and had a number of hits, including "Time and Place", "Boomtown", "What Am I Gonna Do with These Hands" and "A Lot of Talk".
He then formed the band Ursula, who released the album Happy to be Outraged in 1995. However, that band was not successful, and broke up after just the one album.
Around the same time as Ursula's demise, however, his brother Peter Cash also decided to leave his band, Skydiggers. Both available at the same time for the first time in their careers, Andrew and Peter decided to write and record together, and released their debut album as The Cash Brothers, Raceway, in 1999.
In 2007 he released the solo album Murder=.
Ndp Asks PM to Investigate Possible Breach of Ethical Guidelines Ndp MP Andrew Cash Asks for Review of Conservative Mp's Questionable Fundraising Activities
Jul 27, 2012; TORONTO -- The following information was released by the New Democratic Party of Canada: New Democrat MP Andrew Cash has written...