The Basement
Tue, Feb 19 8:00 pm

Jessa Taylor is a sixteen-year-old singer-songwriter who tells stories through genuine lyrics and memorable melodies. Singing is as natural as breathing for the young prodigy. Since the moment she could talk, she sang. A recent move to Nashville, Tennessee solidifies Jessa’s Plan A. “I am writing, recording, performing and doing everything I need to do to be able to perform on worldwide stages, playing at sold-out stadiums. There is no Plan B,” Jessa proclaims. Courageous and undaunted, Jessa jumped into the Nashville music scene. She cut her first EP at OmniSound Studios with veteran producer, Preston Sullivan. The tracks are catchy and hook-filled with Jessa’s vocals and guitar playing defining the sound of her self-penned tunes. “Jessa wanted “You Picked the Wrong Girl” recorded as a female version of Jason Aldean: edgy, heavy guitar riffs, big bass line. We got it!” recalls Sullivan. “She’s a huge fan of Shania and really likes Miranda Lambert. Both women are confident and compelling, similar traits Jessa conveys in her songs, musical style and performance - even at her age. She has a very, very strong sense of self.”

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