Newcomer Jessie G made her debut today in The Listening Room.

Jessie G hails from the small coastal town of Brookings, Oregon; her heritage spans across four generations of commercial fishermen As a youngster, Jessie spent much of her childhood tagging alongside her father on the docks or aboard the hand-built family boat (searching for Dungeness crab and albacore tuna) and selling their catch at the market. Fishing wasn’t just to pay the bills; fishing was a way of life and Jessie’s early means to support her true passion—to become a performing artist.

In the summer of 2013, Jessie entered a “Battle Of The Bands” contest where she won the opening slot to perform before Grammy award winning country music artist Gretchen Wilson. Gretchen has since signed Jessie to Redneck Records and the two have been hard at work on her studio album.

Her debut single is "Army Ranger"

Learn more: wwwjessiemusic.com

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