Born in Nashville Tennessee, Andrea as a young girl often dreamed of being an actress. During the late 1960's True relocated to New York City to pursue a career in acting. Outside of work as an extra in a handful of mainstream films, she enjoyed little success; eventually, she was forced to turn to X-rated material. Beginning in 1970 with "Dance Of Love" Andrea had found her niche. During her early days she was sometimes billed as: Inger Kissen, Singh Low or Andrea Travis. Between 1970 and 1975 she had racked up an impressive 14 film roles and had established herself as a "star" in the adult entertainment business. Producer Gregg Diamond wrote and she sang "More, More, More". With the unexpected success of the song True and Diamond scrambled to put together an album. He wrote four new songs that they recorded in New York. The release of the album, "More, More, More" saw Andrea dominate the club charts for the entire summer with "Party Line," "Call Me," and "Fill Me Up (Heart To Heart)." During 1976 Andrea continued her "film" career making three more films, at a decidedly higher pay scale. By 1977 True put her film career on-hold to concentrate on touring and recording her second (and last) album. Gregg Diamond began the project by writing and producing her second 12" single "N.Y. You Got Me Dancing". This was yet another club smash, but only reached number twenty seven on the Top Forty chart. "White Witch" lacked the continuity and cohesiveness of her first effort, perhaps due to the mixture of so many producers? However one more club hit followed with "What's Your Name, What's Your Number," released on a commercial 12" single. I'm sure that the single sold more than the actual album. This track failed to crack the Top Forty and her contract with Buddah Records was cancelled. By 1978 Andrea was back in adult films churning out two for the year. In 1980 she did her last film, "Summer Session" And quietly faded back into the unknown.
"Party Line" is available on CD!