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Jessy J

From the moment Jessy J hit the stage in Fresno, California for the first time as a member of super producer/guitarist Paul Brown's live band on Valentine's Day 2006, the love between the 20-something-year-old saxophonist/vocalist and contemporary jazz fans has been flowing nonstop. The growing buzz led to her first major show at the Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival later that year, and in 2007, as part of the event's 20th anniversary, she became one of the only artists to ever headline shows on all three weekends. Now she is taking it to the next level, stepping out under the Tequila Moon on her multi-faceted, Brown-produced Peak Records debut that brings to the genre a fresh and inspired energy with vibrant exotic twists.

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”As I listen to TEQUILA MOON, I wonder if this is how I'd have felt on a first listen to, say, Boney James, or Dave Koz, or Grover Washington, Jr., and I'm thinking, “yes” because she's that good! This is one of those cases where you just know… from the music and delivery to her personal drive and dedication to excellence… there is absolutely no stopping this empowered performer. Join us in watching her Smooth Jazz star rise to the absolute top! “ -Smooth Jazz.com

“Multi-talented...break through...dazzilng...special! “ -Urban Music Scene

“ (Jessy) shows off an individual voice and a gift for melodic improvisation...” -All Music Guide

“Excellent...strong...pleasant...gifted” -Billboard Music

“Sax Sensation!” ”the Jessy J sound is what will end up getting you

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Albums

Second Chances
Second Chances
Shanacie
2013
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Hot Sauce
Hot Sauce
Heads Up International
2011
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True Love
True Love
Peak Records
2009
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Tequila Moon
Tequila Moon
Peak Records
2008
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Videos

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