Who Sings in the Subaru Commercial?

Celebrity Q&A, Featured Article
on June 14, 2013
Andrew Simple

Who sings the words “Don’t worry now” in the Subaru commercial about a teenage boy driving his mom’s car with some friends?
—Kate Long, Hartland, Mich.

That’s Nashville, Tenn., native Andrew Simple, 33, performing his song “Little Wildflower.” “It’s a pretty simple song I just wrote for and about my daughter. Subaru got wind of it and thought it would fit nicely in their commercial,” says the folk/pop and Americana artist, who has placed his music in several national commercials and the movies “Smokin’ Aces” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3.” Working on a new EP, “Onward,” for summer release, Simple writes his tunes on the 1945 Gibson guitar that his late grandfather Danny Dill used to write the country classics “Detroit City” (with Mel Tillis) and “Long Black Veil” (with Marijohn Wilkin).