|Born||12 May 1942|
|Died||22 July 1986 (aged 44)|
Aurelian Andreescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌa.ureliˈan andreˈesku]; 12 May 1942 in Bucharest — 22 July 1986 in Constanța) was a Romanian singer. He is considered by some the greatest voice in Romanian history.
He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture. Initially, he worked in a design office, but at the urging of friends, he appeared in 1963 in the TV program "Looking for a star". In the same year he won at the National Music Festival in Mamaia. Over the next two years he sang mainly in bars and night clubs in Bucharest.
In 1973, the weekly cultural magazine Săptămîna recognized him as the most popular singer in Romanian history.
- Succese internaționale (1973, Electrecord)
- Cele mai frumoase melodii (1986, Electrecord)
- Aurelian Andreescu (2002)
- Aurelian Andreescu. Muzică de colecție (2007, Jurnalul Național)
- www.AurelianAndreescu.ro, official website
- Aurelian Andreescu on Facebook
- Sarea in bucate, 17 September 2007, Jurnalul Național
- "Copacul" Aurelian Andreescu, 14 September 2007, Dana Cobuz, Anca Stanescu, Jurnalul Național
- O voce superbă: Aurelian Andreescu | VIDEO, 29 May 2014, Roxana Roseti, Evenimentul zilei