Music Monday: Jessica Faith

Singer/songwriter Jessica Faith is an old soul in a young body. From the small town of Monticello, Arkansas, Faith’s original songs are capturing the attention of fans of multiple genres of music.  She draws her inspiration from the likes of Billy Joel, Carole King, Sarah Bareilles, and Ben Rector, with some Southern Gospel roots thrown in for good measure.

Her first EP, “Wallflower,” was released in the fall of 2013 to favorable reviews. On the heels of that release, Jessica entered her song, “If I Told You,” in the Amplifier Center Stage competition, funded by Hyundai, the “Official Vehicle Partner” of the GRAMMY Awards®. Two-time GRAMMY winner David Guetta–the French music producer and DJ who has sold over six million albums and 15 million singles worldwide—was the 2014 Amplifier Center Stage official Ambassador for the program.

A combination of talent and persistent fans vaulted Jessica to the top of over 2,700 entries as one of three national winners in the contest, along with California band Bonavox and French artist Eyango. As one of the winners, she performed in 2014 at the Gibson Show Room at SXSW in Austin, opening for Allen Stone and Aloe Blacc.

Her first video—to her song “Without A Fight”—was produced in Nashville by Deaton/Flanigen Productions and was released on the GRAMMY’s Youtube channel on January 27th, 2015.

Check out Jessica Faith’s music video, “Without a Fight,” and be sure to like/follow her on social media.





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