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Jessie Poland

Jessie Poland

Jessie Poland


Jessie Poland, described as “curiously talented” by an early reviewer, has been performing her own songs since age 14. From the beginning Jessie’s unusually powerful voice, searingly truthful lyrics and uniquely crafted melodies have been attracting wide media attention, culminating in a two page spread in Ellegirl Magazine. By age 18, Jessie’s music had matured into a quirky mix of jazzy pop/roots/rock alternative reflecting such early influences as Van Morrison and Lisa Loeb Read more on Last.fm
Jessie Poland, described as “curiously talented” by an early reviewer, has been performing her own songs since age 14. From the beginning Jessie’s unusually powerful voice, searingly truthful lyrics and uniquely crafted melodies have been attracting wide media attention, culminating in a two page spread in Ellegirl Magazine. By age 18, Jessie’s music had matured into a quirky mix of jazzy pop/roots/rock alternative reflecting such early influences as Van Morrison and Lisa Loeb, and more currently Roy Orbison, Death Cab for Cutie, Rilo Kiley and the Everly brothers. Jessie says, “ just think of me as if Rilo Kiley, Death Cab For Cutie, Fiona Apple, and Lisa Loeb made love and had a spoiled brat baby.” She later fronted the band J Poland and the Pilots.

In 2008 She Released "Waves & The Both Of Us" under the band name Charlotte Sometimes. They were featured on VH1's You Oughta Know. In 2010 they released the EP entitled "Sidways" for free dgital release. Read more on Last.fm.

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