Rockwood Music Hall
New York City
Opening for Van Morrison
Opening for The Dubliners


From underneath voluptuous locks and a pair of Ray Bans, whether strumming a guitar or fingertips dancing across pianos keys, the artistic aura of Jessica Sweetman conspicuously attracts the senses.

Often clad in a somber lacey material, Sweetman’s voice delicately tantalizes while her lyrics penetrate the soul—a compelling presence reminiscent of Stevie Nicks or the late fellow-Britain, Amy Winehouse.

Having relocated from across the pond, Sweetman’s unique bluesy-pop style has her dividing her time amongst America’s music meccas; Los Angeles, New York City, and Nashville, where she recently signed with BMG Publishing in the midst of regularly opening for Van Morrison.

She’s greatly escalated from playing the local pizza joint for a free slice as a teenager and has overcome London’s grueling nightly pub and cigar room gigs with great tenacity.

“The surest way to lose self-worth is by seeking it in the eyes of others,” said Sweetman. “I’m constantly observing my actions and self-reflecting… the band too! I’ve been playing with the same four gents all this time.”

She has toured across Europe in Spain and France, sharing stages with the fantastic Hozier, David Gray, and others, but Sweetman gives credit to America for welcoming her with open arms as an artist.

Since, there have been a lot of moving parts behind Sweetman’s career as she prepares to release her self-penned single “Dancer” on April 19th.

“I’m quite confident in the ability of “Dancer’ serving as the introduction to my music,” she added. “I value my emotions and this song delivers the message, ‘it’s okay to be vulnerable,’ with a sense of empowerment.”

Equally mystic and sensible as she is provocative and confident, Jessica Sweetman has arrived.

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