Canadian singer/songwriter Jessica Wilson is a promising and ambitious young artist from Niagara, Ontario. Having acquired a passion for performing at a young age, this multi-instrumentalist and triple threat performer offers a fresh and upbeat sound.
Some of her major accomplishments include winning the Emerging Artist Award at the St. Catharines Arts Awards, and both the 2018 and 2017 Niagara Music Award for "People's Choice" and "Female Vocalist", which was voted by the community, industry professionals, and her fans. She is also known for singing with Juno-Award winning artist Serena Ryder at a concert held with Metric and City & Colour in Niagara. Jessica is also a 2013 Honey Jam Canada emerging artist, and was selected by American radio personality, television host, and producer Ryan Seacrest as the international winner of his "March Music Madness" cover contest.
Jessica released her first EP entitled, “Sincerely” in 2017, which received rave reviews from multiple industry professionals. She spent the year touring the EP and building her strong and loyal fan base. After taking a break to work on her sound and image, Jessica has combined her love for 80s synth-pop with her eccentric personality to bring you a neoteric version of the genre she loves the most.
Jessica is also a triple threat music theatre performer and can be found acting, singing, and dancing on a variety of stages across Canada and beyond.
With her new singles "Sick", "Ego" and "Underdog" soaring on Spotify and the Canadian charts, Jessica is ecstatic to bring her listeners back into the nostalgic days of dance and disco with her infectious synth pop sound.