Jessica Marie Espinoza

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Jessica Marie Espinoza
Jessica Marie Espinoza

Jessica Marie Espinoza is a independent artist from San Antonio Texas. She has been building popularity through YouTube.



Jessica Marie is not your average singer. She born on 1990 in San Antonio Texas and has been building popularity through her video's on YouTube. Currently her Youtube channel has over 6 Million views. Jessica opened for Lisa Lisa and Stevie B and Rockell when she was 15.

Out of 1,000 people that auditioned, she was chosen as one of five singers to perform for Radio Disney in San Antonio 2004-2005. Jessica Marie sings a variety of styles ranging from Dance and Pop to Rhythm and Blues to Latin music.

She has had local appearances on Great Day SA KENS TV Channel 5 San Antonio in 2005 and was a featured artist on KABB TV FOX Channel 29 Cable 11 in San Antonio on the Morning Show in 2006. She has placed in the San Antonio City finals Our Part of Town Talent contest four years in a row. She was one of the lead vocalists of the City of San Antonio Band (7th largest city in the United States).

She has been featured on Onto Hollywood that described her as:

"We receive several nominations each day of raw talent from social networks sites such as YouTube or MySpace and the majority of them would note that this is a “must-listen-to” singer because she’s the next Mariah Carey or Whitney Houston."

Her popularity is gaining momentum through her MySpace page. Jessica has had two dance song tracks released on the CD Freestyle Fantasy III from Mixmaster Productions in 2005. Jessica is currently recording her solo album. In 2010 she auditioned for Six Flags Fiesta Texas and was hired to sing with her band. The Band "Eternal Flame" includes her sister Jennifer Espinoza as second lead vocalists.


Tours & Concerts

Jessica Marie is currently performing at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in 2010


There are no announcements for the artist.




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