Carol Andrade was born in São Paulo, Brazil.
She started playing acoustic guitar when she was 11 years old, studied with the Brazilian songwriter Zé Modesto and in 1996 entered the respectful music University in São Paulo, ULM (Universidade Livre de Música Tom Jobim) to study popular singing.
In 1997 Carol Andrade started singing professionally but continued her studies with José Miguel Wisnik (history of the Brazilian Music), Mônica Salmaso (interpretation in Brazilian music), Jane Duboc (the voice as an instrument), Stênio Mendes (body percussion), among others.
Carol gigged extensively sing jazz, blues and MPB (Música Popular Brasileira) and in 2001 she made her debut with the concert "Falando de Tom" ("Talking about Tom", the famous Brazilian maestro Antonio Carlos Jobim). In this concert, she presented the life and art of the beloved maestro.
From 2004 to 2007, she participated in various music festivals, winning important awards like "best singer“ at the Corumbataí and Queluz Festivals, a second place at the Santa Rita do Passa Quatro Festival as songwriter of the song "Ausência" and the third place at the Araucária Festival (Paraná - Brazil) with the song "Ventos".
In 2005Carol`s first record "Vida Adentro" came out, with the majority of the songs composed by herself and arranged by Alex Maia.
In 2009 the show "Outras Mulheres" debuted in São Paulo, honoring the Brazilian women composers, this show brought not only interpretations of great songs of other composers but also previously unreleased own written songs. The show went through Plínio Marcos Theater, União Cultural, Espaço TU, Café Paon and Ao Vivo Music. As this concert was a great success, Carol Andrade decided to record these songs in an album called "Outras Mulheres", which was released in July 2013 supported by the government incentive program "ProAC", from the São Paulo State Government. The album was launched by the label Kalamata. The first shows of this record happened at Casa Brasileira Museum, América Latina Memorial, Espaço Cachuera, Liceu Theater in Campinas and Pindamonhangaba Museum.