- Also Known As:
- Jessie, Jessica Rose
- 5' 1"
Jessie James (born Jessica Rose James in Vicenza, Italy on April 12, 1988) is a country pop singer and songwriter. She has been singing since age two and competing in competitions since age nine. Though she was turned down by most country labels in Nashville when she started out, she was fortunate enough to be introduced to Karla Wallace of Yellow Dog Records at age 17. One of Jessie’s songs, “Gypsy Girl,” fell into the hands of L.A. Reid, which led her to seal a deal with Mercury Records. Her debut album, Jessie James, became number 23 on the Billboard 200 in 2009. Since then, Jessie has continued to release more songs and created the Jackie Blue duo with her songwriter friend Alyssa Bonagura. They started recording together in August 2013.
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Jessie James is best known for being a country pop music artist. Her standout songs include: “My Cowboy,” “Wanted” and “I Look So Good Without You.”
Jessie James married Eric Decker, a wide receiver for the Denver Broncos, on April 1, 2012. In September 2013, the couple announced they were expecting their first child. Their daughter, Vivianne Rose, was born in March 2014, and their son, Eric Jr., was born in Sept. 2015.