Jessica Andrews Returns

Jessica Andrews is returning to the country radio charts with her new single, “Everything.”

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This marks Jessica’s first new music in more than three years. Jessica debuted on the country charts at age 15 with “I’ll Be There for You” in 1999. She hit No. 1 in 2001 with “Who I Am” from the popular album of the same name. After her record label folded in 2005, Jessica began to focus more on songwriting and her own musical growth. She currently has a cut on Julianne Hough’s CD. Jessica, who turns 25 in December, is the first artist released on the newly-formed label, Carolwood Records. “Everything” was produced by Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts and written by top songwriter Marcel.

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