Toronto born vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Jessica Sevier has written many songs deemed mature beyond her years. Sevier likes to combine elements of classic rock, country, and pop to bring nostalgic sounds to her modern music. With this sound, Sevier has been compared to vocalists and writers such as Stevie Nicks and Bruce Springsteen.
Her most recent single "Fire Sky" is a folk tune inspired by the beauty of Northern Ontario and fading love. Previously, Sevier has released singles "Empty Pockets" (April '21), "As The River Rises" (February '21), "Heads Up" (October '20) which has reached #3 on the Canadian Indie Country Charts, “Edge of the Night” (March '20), “Jani” (January '20), “Long Drive” (November 2019), and “Ghost of Tom” (August '19).
The integrity of Jessica’s songwriting has not gone unnoticed, as her original music gained her a spot to compete on the TV show The Shot: Remastered. As well, Sevier was a 2021 CMW (Canadian Music Week) Featured Artist/Performer, an Indie Week 2021 exhibitor, and was chosen as one of the top 12 in the CNE Rising Star Competition 2020. Sevier has spent most of her career touring around Ontario playing notable downtown Toronto venues and music festivals. Most recently Sevier has signed with manager CJ Allen, as well as a recording deal with Roy Hamilton III’s, The Singers Company.