Jessie LaRae

Jessie LaRae

Jessie LaRae can bring a show to life. She’s full of energy and fun.

Jessie LaRae is a high energy female country/country rock (with a hint of the blues) singer and songwriter based out of Delhi, Louisiana. She is backed by The Victor Travis Band. Jessie started singing in church at the age of three. She began singing country music with the Gene King Band when she was in her early teens. She now plays music festivals, schools, fund raisers, clubs, corporate events, private parties and many country music shows. Jessie commutes to Nashville all the time as part of her tour.

Jessie has been a part of several music television and radio shows. Many of us can say we watched her grow up on stage. She was added as an honorary member of the Gatesville Country Music Hall of Fame on June 17, 2011. She has been a featured artist on Reverbnation, home of over 2.38 million musicians, venues, labels and industry professionals where she is on V20 Radio and Louisiana Country Music’s favorite list.


The band. (From left to right).John Hale lead guitar. Gary Lewis drummer. Jessie LaRae Singer/Songwriter. Joel Heilas Bass.

She sings such songs as country rock, honky-tonk, classic country, and of course the cutting edge songs you now hear on the radio. Jessie is currently working on her CD self titled “Black Water”.

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European CMA described her as a girl with a wonderful and distinctive voice. She has opened for Darryl Worley, Wade Benson Landry from Branson several times, and many others. She is an honorary member of the Gatesville Country Music Hall Of Fame since June 2011.
Jessie has sung on several TV shows and live radio numerous times. She’s off to Nashville to sing every chance she gets.  (Join Jessie LaRae’s facebook music

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