Jessica Rose Meuse, also known as Jess Meuse, is an American singer from Slapout, Alabama. After spending several years as an unsigned musician, she finished in fourth place on the thirteenth season of American Idol. Her debut album, What's So Hard About Bein' a Man, was self-released in 2011, three years before she gained national exposure on reality television. While competing on American Idol, she became the first person in the history of the series to perform an original song during the finals. Her second album, Halfhearted, was released on August 3, 2018, through Warrior Records.
|Birth name:||Jessica Rose Meuse|
|Born:||October 19, 1990, Round Rock, Texas, United States|
|Genres:||Southern rock, blues rock, folk rock, country rock, alternative rock|
|Website:||Jessica Meuse's Official site|
|iTunes:||Jessica Meuse's iTunes|
About Jessica Meuse
Semi-finalist on the 13th season of Fox's long-running reality competition singing series American Idol who became the first Idol contestant to perform an original song during the finals.
She independently released a debut album in 2011 entitled What's So Hard About Bein' a Man.
She majored in liberal arts at Auburn University at Montgomery and won a local competition called the Stars of Alabama Artist Showcase in 2010.
She was born in Round Rock, Texas and has lived in Zephyrhills, Florida and Slapout, Alabama.
Stevie Nicks is among her several musical influences joining artists such as Coldplay, Miranda Lambert, and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Information related to Jessica Meuse
- Auburn University at Montgomery alumni
- Singers from Florida
- American Idol participants
- Singers from Texas