Newly minted musician, Jessica Lynn, has come on the scene in a big way. Making her name known in the United States, UK and Europe, she has already completed two nationally broadcast television specials and three US national tours under her belt. She released her second, three-track EP titled Look at Me That Way on Sept. 1, and was produced by Patrick Hamilton at The Globe Studios in Belgium.The EP released early in the UK on May 30, ahead of her summer-long European tour. Her tour included an arena date opening for classic rock legends, ZZ Top.
Lynn was born and raised in New York in a musical family, and her father was a New Age composer, and because of her familial upbringing, Lynn began writing songs and forming her own bands at the age of 13. When she turned 21 she decided to pursue a solo career as a country music artist. She filmed a full-length television special of her live show, titled "This Much Fun: Live From the Winery at Saint George," which aired on PBS, with millions of viewers in 2014. From there she began sharing stages with Brad Paisley, Jake Owen, Montgomery Gentry, and Chase Rice, to name several. Her rise has continued from there, and hasn't stopped. She went on another national tour in 2015 with Keith Urban, Thompson Square, Frankie Ballard, Clint Black, and Jo Dee Messina. She even opened for the the iconic Loretta Lynn.
Jessica Lynn is exclusively sharing her new music video for the single "Crazy Idea," from her newly released EP and shares with AXS's readers that "this music video was so much fun to put together because the footage let us relive so many incredible memories. Traveling around Europe with my family and band, playing such fun festivals and shows and even opening for one of my favorite bands ZZ Top, was an experience I will always cherish. The audiences were warm and welcoming and their appreciation for music and the arts makes a singer/songwriter like myself feel happier than words can describe. In this music video you will see a bunch of highlights from our trip and also some of our "Crazy Ideas" along the way. Thanks so much to AXS for being a special part of my premiere!"