Since the ripe age of two, Jessica Marsh has been belting country songs about heartache, whiskey, and growing up. A powerhouse vocalist and a songwriter at heart, this songstress is lyrically driven by what’s witty, honest, and relatable. Now at age 26, these years of playing & writing have lead to inevitable growth, knowledge and direction as is proven in Jessica’s music. It’s clear that this is a girl who has something to say. Since moving from her hometown of Salmon Arm, BC to attend MacEwan University’s Music Program in 2008, Jessica has become an active member of the music industry in Alberta in many aspects. With her backing band “The Whiskey Pissers”, she began playing shows and festivals across Western Canada in support of her 2010 release titled “Songs About You”. A true language artist, Jessica nimbly spins webs of lyrics to create the quirky puns, shrewd metaphors, and steely ironies that fill the record. The fact that she executes these lingual exercises in a clear, unaffected voice makes the ride all the more fun.