Jessica is a compelling songwriter with an unmistakable ability to draw you into her explorations of life and the human experience. Whether it's an infectious groove or a heartbreaking confessional, Jessica's lovely voice, unforgettable melodies and powerful guitar playing always deliver with style and honesty. Here's what some of the critics have to say about Jessica Owen: 'She mines the same fertile fields as Jewel and Ani DiFranco . . . and her voice is beautiful.' JOHN PORTER, Performing Songwriter, Top 12 DIYs 'Wonderfully inventive lyrics and marvelous sense of melody. Thank God!' MARILYN REA BEYER, Music Director WUMB, Boston's Premier Folk Station '...Humanisms, with it's graceful melodies and surprising lyrical twists, rises above most of the rest of the singer-songwriter pack.' JAY LUSTIG, The Sunday Star-ledger, NJ 'Jessica's 11-song, self-released CD, Humanisms, is an absolutely gorgeous piece of work.' AL MUZER, East Coast Rocker, NJ News Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Jessica started her artistic career at the age of seven in film and television. She starred in her own television series, Harriet's' Magic Hats, at the age of 12. Jessica launched her own independent record label, Sway Gypsy Records, in 1994. She released three titles in Canada; each received recognition from the Alberta Recording Industry Association. Two releases were nominated for Best Female Artist in both the 1995 and 1996 award ceremonies. Jessica was awarded the honor of Best Alternative New Music Artist on Record in June of 1998, for her third release, Tiniest of Bones. Her latest CD, Humanisms, was released in both Canada and the United States. Jessica was FKA 'Schoenberg'. HIGHLIGHTS: * Chelsea Piers TV Commercial, airing locally in NYC, uses 'These True Things', from Humanisms CD * NBC Entertainment - 'In the Arms of Tomorrow', and 'Time Will Stay', from Humanisms CD, for the hit series Providence * Fox Network - 'In the Arms of Tomorrow', from Humanisms CD, for the hit series Get Real * Columbia Tristar - 'Which Way I Go', from The Jessica Schoenberg Band's self-titled release for the hit series Party of Five * Winner of the 1997 competition for unsigned North American talent, sponsored by Billboard Magazine and TicketMaster; promoted by Callner Music, Los Angeles, CA.