Jesse Jo Stark
Origin: Los Angeles, CA.
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Jesse Jo Stark is a singer/songwriter who first gained fame after the release of her 2014 EP Down Your Drain produced by family friend Sex Pistols’ guitarist Steve Jones.
Los Angeles native Stark grew up in the worlds of fashion and music. Her parents Richard and Laurie Lynn Stark founded the rocker fashion label Chrome Hearts and pop superstar Cher is her godmother.
After picking up the guitar at age eleven and handwriting songs in endless notebooks Stark built a buzz with her songs “Down Your Drain,” and “Driftwood.”
Musically Stark gravitates toward punk rock, country and blues with Gothic-American undertones. She cites The Cramps, Loretta Lynn and David Bowie as influences. Launching her own label Stark reappeared in 2017 with a new single “Driftwood.”
Stark released her EP Dandelion in June 2018 and has released two singles since then.
Reference – http://www.jessejostark.com/
Jesse Jo Stark discography
Singles & EPs
Down Your Drain (12″, S/Sided, EP) 2014
Dandelion (12″, EP) 2018
Wish I Was Dead (7″, Maxi) 2019
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Check out Jesse Jo Stark’s single “Wish I Was Dead.”