In fourth grade, Jessica Andrews competed in a talent show and won first place with Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You," according to allmusic.com. She then continued to sing at local fairs and carnivals.

In 1999, Andrews, at 15, debuted with her first album, Heart Shaped World. That CD produced the Top 25 hit "You Go First (Do You Wanna Kiss)." From acmcountry.com, Jessica Andrews was the Top New Female Vocalist in 1999.

For her sophomore album, Andrews released the title track "Who I Am," which was a No. 1 hit. The album was No. 2 on the charts.

Andrews' third album, Now, peaked at No. 4 and she released the single "There's More to Me Than You," and that was also a Top 25 hit.

In 2012, Andrews talked to engine145.com and discussed her marriage to singer/songwriter/filmographer Marcel Chagnon in a private ceremony in November 2011 and signing with a new label. Here is a video of her first song.