Singer Andrea Tessa debuted in 1979 while representing Chile at Viña del Mar's Festival with a song called "Decir te Quiero," composed by Scottie Scott. An appearance on a TV show called Lunes Gala performing "Lost Love Concerto" soon followed. Andrea Tessa's spontaneous and sparkling personality allowed her to get a deal hosting a TV show called Estudio 26 and in 1984, Más Música, becoming the first Chilean VJ. In 1989, the artist played a role in a soap opera called Bravo, acting along with Latin star Roberto Vander and local Bastián Bodenhofer. In 1994, following one of her priorities, Andrea Tessa recorded Páginas, an album produced by Juan Carlos Duque.
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