Andrea True Andrea True, (born July 26, 1943 in Nashville, Tennessee), is a former porn film star who was also a disco era singer. She had multiple stage name, including Inger Kissin, Singh Low, and Singe Low
True attended Saint Cecilia Academy, a conservative all-girl Catholic school in Nashville, where she was a boarding student. She graduated in 1956. True moved to New York City as a teenager, to seek fame as a mainstream movie star. While she did manage to get some minor roles in mainstream movies, the fame she sought was fleeting. Desperate for work, she decided to pursue a career as a porn star. She participated in more than 50 films, the majority of them X-rated.
During her heyday as a porn star, True was hired by a local real estate business in the Caribbean island of Jamaica to shoot commercials for the agency. During her stay in Jamaica, a political upheaval ravaged the island and no one was allowed to leave the island with any money. Not wanting to lose her hard-earned money, she called on her friend, record producer Gregg Diamond, to produce a track that she could invest her money in and take it out of the country in the form of a master tape. The result was the 1976 classic disco song "More, More, More" written and produced by Gregg Diamond, and remixed by Tom Moulton. Her breathy singing plus a lyrical reference to "get the cameras rollin'" reflected the notoriety of her film career, during which she used five different stage names.
The song became a major hit in discos and nightclubs, and radio stations began to play the record. It ultimately reached #4 on Billboard's Pop charts, and a full-scale album with the same title soon followed. In early 1977, True released the single, N.Y. You Got Me Dancing, from her White Witch follow-up album. The single became Andrea's 2nd-biggest hit, reaching #27 on Billboard's Pop chart. In 1980 she released her third and final album, True Confessions, a more punk rock-oriented album, which went virtually unnoticed.
True briefly returned to porn shortly after the album's failure, but soon realized that there wasn't too much work in the porn industry for a woman in her late 30's. She was unable to return to music because a goiter had developed on her vocal chords that required surgery, which in turn ended her singing career. So she went on to live a more private life. However, in 1999 Andrea regained some publicity when the Canadian group Len took the catchy beat from True's signature hit More, More, More for their hit Steal My Sunshine. She has since appeared on a number of VH1 specials including Where Are They Now in 1999, VH1's 100 Greatest Dance Songs in 2001 (More, More, More was the #45 greatest dance song) and VH1's 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders in 2003, where she said she wants to be remembered as a person who "gave people pleasure" - then made sure to emphasize the following words - "for my music." She also made an appearance in the 2005 documentary movie Inside Deep Throat. She is currently living in Florida where she works as a counselor at a drug and alcohol rehab center.
Her song "More, More, More" was parodied on The Simpsons by Moe Szyslak, the song was cleverly titled "Moe, Moe, Moe". The song has also often been played when Disco Stu is around.