Country-singer/songwriter Jessica Mitchell is, at heart, a storyteller. Based in Toronto, she has spent the last decade digging deeper into her artistry, focusing on writing new music and crafting her richly unique sound, which has led her to become country music’s best kept secret.
After signing a publishing deal with Slaight Music Publishing, Mitchell embarked on several writing trips to Nashville where she found herself inspired by the raw honesty and storytelling nature of the country music genre. This experience led to a new direction in her own music. "What I love so much about the genre is the clever way in which country singers emote," explains Mitchell. Mitchell has spent the last few years travelling between Toronto and Nashville, collaborating with songwriters including Stephen Kozmeniuk (Jennifer Hudson, Kendrick Lamar), Todd Clark (Phillip Phillips, Tim Hicks), and John Goodwin (Brad Paisley).