Jessica Andrews
American country music singer
Jessica Andrews
Jessica Danielle Andrews is an American country music singer. At age 15 in mid-1999, she made her debut on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts with the single "I Will Be There for You", from her debut album Heart Shaped World, released in 1999 on DreamWorks Records Nashville.
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Black History Heroines Brought Back To Life In Stunning #WeAreBlackHistory Photos
Huffington Post - about 2 years
When it comes to torches of strong Black women civil rights legacies, there are a lot to carry. Fortunately for us there are plenty of contemporary black women up for the task, and the #WeAreBlackHistory photo series was devised as the perfect way to honor them. The project, launched on Elle.com, is a creation of three women co-founders of Style Influencers Group -- a network dedicated to connecting brands with prominent black influencers of the fashion and beauty worlds. Jessica Andrews, Christina Brown and Lexi Felder took inspiration from the #BlackLivesMatter movement to limelight current cultural figures that demand the same ideals of equality as the civil rights legends before them. Elle.com matched black digital influencers of the 21st century with iconic photographs of beloved female members of the black community to recreate bold portraits. The series features fresh faces and old names such as Ebony.com senior editor Jamilah Lemieux as Angela Davis, BlogHer editor ...
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Danielle Bradbery: 'The Voice' Top 5 Performances (Video)
Just Jared - over 3 years
Check out Danielle Bradbery performing “Please Remember Me” and “Who I Am” for this week’s semifinal round for The Voice! Last week, the 16-year-old contestant chatted with JJ at a recording studio about her idol Carrie Underwood, going to school, and how she taps into her emotions at such a young age. “While I wait backstage I jam out to Austin‘s “what about love” @AustinMahone I’m likin’ this song!!” she tweeted. Danielle is fighting for a spot in the finals against Michelle Chamuel, Sasha Allen, Amber Carrington, and The Swon Brothers. Danielle Bradbery – ‘Please Remember Me’ Click inside to read our interview with Danielle Bradbery and ‘Who I Am’ performance… JustJared.com Interview – Danielle Bradbery JustJared.com: So you haven’t done recording like that before, what have you learned? Danielle Bradbery: The first time I came in here to record “Mean,” they were like it’s going to be different singing here in microphones and hearing yourself and I starte ...
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REVEALED: Why Janelle Monae Always Wears Black-And-White...
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
There are many words that can describe Janelle Monáe, but the May cover of Essence sums her up perfectly: flawless beauty. And we're not just talking about the singer's stunning good looks that rightfully landed her a contract with CoverGirl -- it's also Monáe's award-winning music, singular style and message of individualism that completes her enduring allure. On Thursday night Essence celebrated Monáe's May cover and her mantra of "be unique," by throwing an intimate dinner at the Mondrian Soho hotel in New York City. Guests included Monáe's Wondaland Arts Society crew members Nate Wonder and Chuck Lightning, as well as legendary supermodel-turned-mogul Iman, fashion activist/documentarian Bethann Hardison, celebrity stylist June Ambrose, journalist Lola Ogunnaike, FashionBombDaily.com's Claire Sulmers and GlamazonsBlog.com's Jessica Andrews, to name a few. Essence's masthead toppers were also in attendance -- President Michelle Ebanks; Acting Managing Editor Vanessa ...
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Janesville Craig, Parker win Big Eight tennis matches - Janesville Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Doubles: Maddie Theisen Kristin Zeilinger (JP) Saray Wyss-Hong Trinh, 6-0, 6-1; Karissa Haney-Rosalie Sellman (JP) def. Megan Kirkpatrick-Kim Kingslein, 6-0, 6-3; Ashley Lindsey-Elizabeth Severance (JP) def. Yama Carpenter-Jessica Andrews, 6-1, 6-2
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Interview with Hit Country & Pop Songwriter Brett James, Two-Time ASCAP ... - SongwriterUniverse
Google News - over 5 years
Then I wrote "Who I Am" with John Bettis (who is now in the Songwriters Hall of Fame), which became a hit for Jessica Andrews. DK: I really like your song "Jesus Take The Wheel" for Carrie Underwood. How did you write this song?
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Chop, rain, new record at Hobbs Pond swim - knox.VillageSoup.com
Google News - over 5 years
... freestyle; 37, Dan Dalrymple, 40, Rockland, 15:56, freestyle; 38, Jason Andrews, 32, Lincolnville Center, 16:00, freestyle; 39, Jessica Andrews, 33; Lincolnville Center, 17:27, freestyle; 40, Sean Garrigan, 11 Concord, Calif., 17:47, freestyle; 41,
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Foam Day 2011: Bubbling over with fun - Daily News Transcript
Google News - over 5 years
Jessica Andrews, 9, has been to three Foam Days. “I like how it was slimy and slippery,” she says. Her 3-year-old sister, Nicole, joins her and her father, Michael Andrews, at the edge of the field. “She didn't want to go in at first,” Andrews said of
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Volunteers Clean La Jolla Shores - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Jessica Andrews brought her two children to help with the cause. CJ, 6, and his 3-year-old sister Tessa enthusiastically looked for debris to pick up with metal reaching tools. “We're making it better so people can enjoy the beach,” Andrews said
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Gymnastics: Ellesmere Port Club of Gymnastics bags big medal haul - Ellesmere Port Pioneer
Google News - over 5 years
Pre-novice 11 – Leah McGuinness 2nd vault, 2nd overall; Jessica Andrews 3rd floor. Novice 10 – Faye Chesworth 3rd floor, 3rd overall. Novice 11 – Ellie Baxendell 2nd vault; Anais O'Regan 1st floor; Jessica Terry 1st vault, 2nd overall; Nicole Watts 2nd
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'Alabama the Beautiful': 26-year-old Boaz resident finalist in songwriter's ... - Sand Mountain Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
However, she does have a few choice artists she keeps plugged into the CD player, like Carrie Underwood, Jessica Andrews and LeAnn Rimes. “I was listening to Leann Rimes when I was little,” she said. “Me and my sister would go in our room and scream
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Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina Get Big-name Producers for Their Debut Albums - Wetpaint
Google News - over 5 years
His work on Hill's song, “Breathe,” earned Gallimore a Grammy in 2000. Country stars Still not convinced? Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride, Lee Ann Womack, John Michael Montgomery, and Jessica Andrews have all worked with Gallimore
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MARCEL- HIT singer songwriter/ Music video director joins the GoGo Clip-On ... - Connecticut Business News Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Has written 20 songs recorded by MAJOR ARTISTS to the likes of RASCAL FLATTS, Leanne rimes, Jessica Andrews, Trace Adkins, Big n Rich and many more. Every Monday night In Nashville , Marcel created and performs at "the Podunk sessions" 9 amazing
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KCQ Country Music Fest 20th anniversary built on tradition - The Saginaw News - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
The concert featured Jamey Johnson, Jessica Andrews and Travis Tritt. SAGINAW — Some top-flight country music entertainers draw crowds each summer to the city's Ojibway Island. This Saturday, the 20th anniversary of the KCQ Country Music Fest promises
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VIGIL FOR VICTIMS AT OAK BEACH - Long Island Exchange
Google News - over 5 years
They read poems and played music, including the song "Never Be Forgotten" by country singer Jessica Andrews. They also discussed the details of the case and shared stories about the happy memories they cherish of the girls. Family members and friends
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Class of 2011 says good-bye to Wayne Memorial - Hometownlife.com
Google News - over 5 years
Rediana Afesllari, Keith Agee, Rubina Aggarwal, Ali Ahmad, Jonathon Allen, Jessica Andrews, DeVonte Atterberry, Carli Bailey, Kirstin Baker, Robert Baker, William Baker, Barry Banks, China Barber, Tequeria Barrett, Ryan Bartz, Mintoria Battle,
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Cheshire parade draws hundreds - Meriden Record-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
While Dacunto has seen more than 40 parades, Kurt and Jessica Andrews were out for their first in Cheshire with their 3-year-old daughter, Brianna. "We're rookies," Jessica Andrews said, adding that they hadn't brought chairs or anything to collect
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jessica Andrews
    FORTIES
  • 2010
    On November 2, 2010, Geffen Records released Andrews' first greatest hits album, Icon, as part of their Icon budget release series.
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    In October 2010, Andrews became engaged to singer-songwriter Marcel. They were married on November 11, 2011.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Her album was then pushed back to a later 2009 release; but in October of that year, Carolwood Records closed and the album was shelved.
    More Details Hide Details Additionally, Andrews was the only artist on Carolwood not to be transferred to its parent label, Lyric Street.
  • 2008
    Her first single for the label, "Everything" (which Andrews co-wrote with Marcel), was released on November 23, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details The song, produced by Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, went to No. 45 in early 2009.
    In October 2008, Andrews signed with Lyric Street Records's subsidiary imprint, Carolwood Records.
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    Andrews performed a duet with pop artist Richard Marx titled "Wild Horses", which was released on his 2008 album Sundown.
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  • 2004
    In late 2004, Andrews charted a duet with Bret Michaels of the rock band Poison, entitled "All I Ever Needed" for his solo album Freedom of Sound.
    More Details Hide Details The song was Michaels' only country hit, peaking at No. 45. Shortly afterward, Andrews began work on her fourth studio album, tentatively titled Ain't That Life. Its lead-off single, "The Marrying Kind", failed to chart, while "Summer Girl", the second single, peaked at No. 46 in mid-2005. DreamWorks' recording division was dissolved shortly afterward. Ain't That Life was eventually released to iTunes on January 15, 2016.
  • 2003
    She also recorded a duet with him titled "I Won't Hold You Down" on his 2003 debut album You, Me and the Windshield.
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    Also in 2003, she befriended and began dating songwriter Marcel, co-writer of "There's More to Me Than You".
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  • 2001
    Andrews spent 2001 on tour with Billy Gilman to help promote her second album and its lead-off single; she would later tour with Tim McGraw as well.
    More Details Hide Details The success of "Who I Am" also earned Andrews a Top New Female Vocalist award from the Academy of Country Music, while the album itself received RIAA gold certification for sales of 500,000 copies only four weeks after its release. Its second and third singles, "Helplessly, Hopelessly" and "Karma", peaked at No. 31 and No. 47, respectively, on the country charts. Now was the title of Andrews' third studio album, also released on DreamWorks Nashville. Its lead-off single, "There's More to Me Than You", reached Top 20 on the country singles charts, while the second (and final) single, "Good Time", failed to make Top 40. The album featured more of an emphasis on ballads than her first two albums did.
    In a 2001 interview, Andrews explained that she recorded the song (which was written by Brett James and Troy Verges) because she felt that its lyrics were especially fitting to her own life: "Everything is so true in that song, except that my grandmother's name is not Rosemary.
    More Details Hide Details It's about believing in yourself and being supported by those around you. No matter how many mistakes you make, your friends and family will be there for you." Also included on the album was Andrews' first songwriting credit in the track "Good Friend to Me", which she co-wrote with Annie Roboff and Bekka Bramlett.
    Who I Am was the title of Andrews' second album, released in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details It was used as the theme song for the police drama Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye where the main character Sue Thomas (played by deaf actress Deanne Bray) was a deaf FBI officer, landing a position in an FBI Surveillance team thanks to her lip reading talents. It also appeared at the end of an episode of Lizzie McGuire. Andrews, who was 17 years old when Who I Am was recorded, described the album as a more mature effort than Heart Shaped World, because it focused more on the emotions that come with growing up. Serving as the album's lead-off single, "Who I Am" became, to date, Andrews' only Number One (and only Top Ten) hit on the country music charts, in addition to peaking at No. 28 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts.
  • 2000
    On May 3, 2000, Andrews was invited to sing "Unbreakable Heart" at the ACM Awards, where she was nominated for Top New Female Vocalist, along with Julie Reeves and Chalee Tennison.
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    Also in 2000, she toured with Trisha Yearwood.
    More Details Hide Details Heart Shaped World also produced two more Top 40 country singles in "You Go First (Do You Wanna Kiss)" and "Unbreakable Heart", although the fourth single ("I Do Now") failed to reach Top 40. The album itself peaked at No. 24 on the Top Country Albums charts. Andrews was also featured on the premiere episode of On the Verge, a television series on CMT which followed the careers of up-and-coming country artists.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1999
    At age 15 in mid-1999, she made her debut on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts with the single "I Will Be There for You", from her debut album Heart Shaped World, released in 1999 on DreamWorks Records Nashville.
    More Details Hide Details Andrews had her biggest chart success in 2001 with the song "Who I Am", a No. 1 country hit and the title track to her second studio album, which was certified gold in the United States. A third album, Now was released in 2003 to lower sales, while a fourth album (tentatively titled Ain't That Life) was never released due to DreamWorks' closure. In late 2008, Andrews signed to Carolwood Records, an imprint of Lyric Street Records, however, she was dropped from the label in 2009 without issuing an album. Andrews was born in Wynne, Arkansas to parents Jessie and Vicki Andrews. When she was seven, a bone was growing through her spinal cord, a condition that required surgery. She had a 50/50 chance of coming out of it paralyzed. Andrews discovered her passion for singing in the fourth grade. Andrews planned on dancing in her school's talent show, but her sister convinced her to sing Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" instead. At 11, she put her first band together. Meanwhile, after someone sent a song of her singing to producer Byron Gallimore, Andrews signed with DreamWorks Records Nashville and soon began working on her first album.
  • 1998
    Serving as its debut single was "I Will Be There for You", which Andrews had recorded in November 1998 for the Nashville soundtrack to the DreamWorks Animation film The Prince of Egypt.
    More Details Hide Details The song reached No. 28 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in 1999. In March of that year, she also performed the song on an episode of the soap opera Another World; One month later, she made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry.
    Prior to its release, she began opening for Faith Hill on her Fall 1998 tour, as well as for Tim McGraw (also produced by Gallimore) for his New Year's Eve concert.
    More Details Hide Details At the age of 15, Andrews released her debut album, Heart Shaped World. Gallimore, who was sensitive to her age, let her record 50 songs before settling on the twelve that appear on the album.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1983
    Born on December 29, 1983.
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