Andrews City serves as Andrews County’s county seat. The city is located in west Texas in the Permian Basin. Andrews was founded in in 1937. Both the county and the city were named after Richard Andrews. He was a Texan solder who died in the Texas Revolution. As at 2018, Andrews had an estimated population of 13,762. Among the most notable people in Andrews include golfer Chad Campbell, author Elmer Kelton, pastor and author Max Lucado, artist and writer Max Evans, Christian musician Misty Edwards, and film maker Eagle Pennell. In terms of popular culture, the filming of first season of the movie Black Gold was done in Andrews, and so is the music video for Neal Coty’s song Legacy.