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Singer/songwriter Jessie Frye is an active force in Dallas’ music scene. In her 10 years of being a performer, she has released an album, an EP and a sonically diverse collection of singles. Last year, she started her own record label called Boss Bitch Records.

Frye says that music has always been in her blood and that becoming a musician was something that felt natural to her.

“I don’t ever feel like it was a choice or decision,” Frye says. “I never really said, ‘Oh, I’m going to start writing songs.’ I’ve actually been singing since I was 8 years old. My mom put me in voice lessons and I started taking classical piano lessons at eleven.”

Frye cites the likes of Tori Amos, Madonna, The Cure and Paramore as her inspirations. She is versed in multiple genres and doesn’t necessarily identify with one more than another.

“When you describe your own style, everyone else tries to keep you in that box,” Frye says, “so I kind of just let the fans decide. I understand that I tend to kind of go from rock to pop. Those are the two umbrellas you could put me under. But one day, I’d like to release a country record. I’m a songwriter at the end of the day.”

You can catch Frye performing at some of Dallas’ most famous venues, including Granada Theatre, Three Links and The Cambridge Room at House of Blues. After each show, Frye always makes time to talk to fans.

“To me, sharing the connection of music with other people from all walks of life is probably the most gratifying thing to me as a musician,” Frye says.

When performing at her favorite venues, Frye can be found enjoying Kruto Vodka backstage after her set.

“I love that Kruto Vodka is Texas-based,” Frye says, “and I love the fact that they support the arts. I always keep some in my home.”

For those wanting to pursue careers in music, Frye advises that they stay true to themselves and to remain resilient and persistent.

“Work smarter, not harder,” Frye says. “Be very specific about the goals you want to accomplish. Fight for them and don’t give up. Everything I do is from the heart, and I hope that inspires other artists to create genuine art that reaches people.”

Check her out on Instagram and Spotify!

 

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