Singer-songwriter Jessi Mason sounds how you would imagine a screaming angel would; she draws you in with soft vulnerability, then pushes you back with blunt force. Her songs are fiercely honest, each of them a detailed dissection of her relationships with the world, others, and herself. One reviewer writes, "Mason travels the singer-songwriter axis with so much skill and self-assurance that every song she has is a gem."

Jessi has self-released two EPs, Hollow (2014) and Night Owl (2018). Her song “This One’s On Me” earned her a  nomination for the 16th Annual Independent Music Awards. She pulls influence from songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon, but also deeply appreciates the attitude and power of iconic pop divas and rock stars.

Mason traverses the east coast in a packed RAV4 with her band, touring to cities like Rochester, D.C., and Philadelphia. She also performs around New York and Los Angeles in venues such as Rockwood Music Hall and Hotel Cafe. 

A recent graduate of the Popular Music Program at University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, Jessi is currently having existential thoughts, planning her next tattoo, and writing her first full-length record.



Jessi Mason’s new songs “Everest” and “When It Rains in L.A.” channel the catchy sensibilities of indie rock and the emotional intimacy of Adele’s 21.”

Atwood Magazine

She moved from jazz to Americana to funk to her wheelhouse, 70s singer-songwriter, while coming to terms with sexual politics in 2018.”


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