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Bio As far back as I can remember the one constant in my life has been music says Jessica Andrews I was raised around it My mom was in some bands and her whole family had a talent for singing Wed all get together and play music -- everyone would sing a cappella Those sing-alongs were my favorite pastime To be able to make a record and perform all over the country is just a dream come true With her debut DreamWorks release Heart Shaped World Jessica Andrews is seeing the end result of the evolution of a very musical family Ive been given a chance a lot of my relatives would have liked but for whatever reason never had she remarks Its nice that we have this history together because everyone really understands my need to pursue music They love it as much as I do Armed with powerhouse vocals and songs ranging from the poignant Unbreakable Heart to the tragic modern love tale James Dean in Tennessee Andrews does the family proud proving their jam sessions were time well spent Although shes only fifteen Jessicas voice encompasses the soulful expression of a woman twice her age The emotion she pours into each and every song is born from experience and pain What most of her fans do not know is that Andrews was faced with a catastrophic illness at the age of seven When she was very young her parents noticed a patch of skin on her back that appeared to be connected to a bone Her pediatrician dismissed their concerns however advising them to bring her in for a checkup each year to make sure she wasnt developing scoliosis a severe curvature of the spine In 1990 Andrews saw another physician who immediately sent her to Memphis Campbell Clinic for tests x-rays and eventually an MRI They
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