Being hailed as “the New Woman in Country,” and “Shania’s Successor,” Jessica Lynn is fast on her way to becoming a household name.
In the last two years, the New York singer/songwriter has completed three highly successful nationwide tours of the United States and has seen her first two full length concert television specials, “This Much Fun – Live from the Winery at St. George,” and “Jessica Lynn – Takin’ Over – Live from The Paramount ” be met with rave reviews and seen by millions of viewers nationwide across America.
She has sung her country’s National Anthem twice in New York’s famed Madison Square Garden by special invite, signed a major publishing deal with publishing giant Round Hill Music that had her in Nashville writing with today’s top hit writers, and wrapped up three national summer tours sharing stages with Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Hank Williams Jr., The Band Perry, Thompson Square, Jake Owen, Sammy Kershaw, Clint Black, Montgomery Gentry, Phil Vassar and others.
Last year, Jessica hit the road with country legend Jo Dee Messina for a west coast tour and recently had the honor of opening for the “Queen of Country Music” herself, Loretta Lynn.
Her high-energy and dynamic live show has garnered rave reviews from critics worldwide with the CBS Evening National News calling her a “Rocket Force.”
2016 saw Jessica on her first international tour in Canada and Europe and she released her debut self-titled EP. The first official music video and single from that EP, “Not Your Woman,” hit #1 for four weeks in a row on “The Iceman’s Top 40 New Country Chart.” The Iceman’s chart is the ONLY New Country Countdown show listed and recognized in the 2016 Country Music Association’s Industry Guide.
2017 will take Jessica and the band around the world once again with a busy schedule that includes a summer long European/UK tour in support of her brand new EP, “Look At Me That Way,”. The new EP produced and co-written in Belgium by acclaimed Producer Patrick Hamilton (Katherine Jenkins, David Garrett), includes three new cuts that will be making their way to UK and European radio this summer. Listen here