Tennessee indigenous Jessica Andrews was created into a music family, and found out singing was her market inside a fourth-grade skill show. Her edition of Dolly Parton’s “I’LL Always Like You” earned first reward and arranged her on the path that got her to regional fairs and carnivals — anywhere she could sing. Person to person about Andrews’ skills spread, and quickly close friends of Nashville maker Byron Gallimore insisted he pay attention to her. Intrigued by her range and tonal control, he and Andrews proceeded to go into the studio room and began selecting music to record. Gallimore also asked DreamWorks Nashville label staff to a display Andrews performed at, where she was provided a contract instantly. Her debut discharge for the label, Center Shaped World, arrived in 1999. Who I Am implemented two years afterwards. Who I Am implemented two years afterwards; the title monitor gained Andrews her first #1 nation single. 2003 noticed the discharge of Today, which presented a slightly even more down-to-earth, grown-up audio.