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Jasmine Bailey is a songwriter, singer, visual artist, educator and nationally touring act.


About her music:

With smooth, honey-like vocals and a warm, rhythmic jazz guitar. Her sound is entrancing, like sipping on a warm drink on a chilly evening. Her lyrics are delivered with tasteful intrigue and descriptive color. Perhaps Jasmine's most captivating quality is her authenticity and unique delivery. Earthy, and still rooted in minimalism, she holds her own on electric guitar, creating a unique voice that is impossible to ignore. She released her most recent single, Cherry Pie, which has gained momentum in the US, UK, Brazil and Mexico.

About her art:

From a young age, Jasmine developed her visual art primarily through illustration and photography. Her foundation was in film photography, and eventually she moved onto digital photography in college. While working as a musician and freelance designer, she was able to develop a strong passion for creative directing and design - mostly through event poster creation, business logos, track artwork, brand development and videography. Her work is inspired by older, now obsolete formats, like film photography and stop-motion animation. She works entirely by hand, and translates it into digital media through use of Adobe Suite. A lot of her work is inspired by her personal relationships, storytelling, nature, minimalism, and experimentation of rich, playful colors. 


  • 2020 Nominee Best Singer-Songwriter by the Sacramento News & Review SAMMIES AWARDS

  • Grammy U Scholar - Recording Academy 2020- Present

  • 2019 National Tour - Crowdfunded through Kickstarter, 14 States, self-organized and promoted w Kevin Erskine

  • 2018 West Coast WILD WOMAN Tour - 3 States, Self-promoted and organized.

  • 2017 Sound on Sound B-Side Finalist

  • 2016 National YoungArts Winner in Voice/Songwriting

  • 2016 Debut WILD WOMAN - EP

Notable Venues/Tour:

  • House of Blues San Diego 

  • Sofar Sounds (San Francisco, Sacramento, Denver, Dallas) 

  • New World Symphony Hall (Miami)

  • Two Day Town Festival (Livermore)

  • Stilldream Festival (Belden, CA)

  • Madame Siam (Los Angeles)

  • Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles)

  • Serendipity Festival (San Diego)