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Jes Marie Shatters The Glass Ceiling On Latest Release, “Girls’ Night Out”

It’s time to cut loose and, most of all, unashamedly be yourself.

Hailing from Frederick, Maryland, Jes Marie isn't your typical artist. From a young age, she exhibited a remarkable musical talent, embarking on a journey that would eventually lead her to the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Inspired by iconic female singer-songwriters like Dolly Parton and Shania Twain, Jes Marie found her voice in the country music genre. With an unforgettable voice and a heart of gold, it’s almost impossible not to root for this talented artist; we can’t wait to see how far she’ll go.

Currently based in Los Angeles, Jes Marie has carved out quite a niche since her debut in 2018, even in a genre traditionally dominated by male artists. With her infectious energy and indomitable spirit, Jes Marie stands poised to inspire women of all ages and backgrounds worldwide to follow their dreams. As she continues to break barriers and push boundaries, we can’t wait to see what she’ll do next. Like the female legends of the country she so adores, Jes Marie is always ultimately true to her artistic self, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Jes Marie’s latest single, “Girls’ Night Out,” serves as both a celebration of female camaraderie and a call to action for women in the music industry. Produced by Noah Conrad, the track seamlessly blends traditional country sounds with dance, pop, and EDM elements, resulting in an upbeat, catchy anthem that will hit the dance floor in no time. Accompanied by a charming music video directed by Jes Marie’s husband, Joe Sobalo Jr., there’s a little something for everyone to love. As lines like “Girls night out, girls night out / Feeling good like we should there’s no doubt” are delivered with infectious energy, you can’t help but feel yourself getting lost in the music.

Keep your eyes—and ears—on Jes Marie as she blazes a trail through the music industry with her empowering message and undeniable talent. Whenever you’re ready, tap in and stream Jes Marie’s newly released hit single “Girls’ Night Out” on all majour streaming platforms. Check out the dazzling music video, which is now on YouTube. 

Welcome to Buzz, Jes Marie! We loved “Girls’ Night Out” so much that we had to ask! What inspired the music video, and what was your favorite part of bringing your vision to life?

Thanks, BuzzMusic! I absolutely loved working on this music video. My husband, who also directed the video, and I devised the concept and storyboarded everything together. We had less than a week to create the storyline, hire the crew (we were grateful to work with many of our talented friends on this), and plan everything. Our executive producer had a location available we could use for no fee, but it was only available for one date a week out. So it was a bit of a wild process pulling everything together so quickly, but so worth it!

What initially inspired you to pursue music seriously, and what inspires you to keep making music today?

I started taking singing lessons when I was 4 years old. I was constantly singing Disney songs in my kindergarten class, and the teacher told my mother I should consider voice lessons as I was hitting all the right pitches, apparently! I auditioned for a voice teacher so she could see if I was ready at that age. She took me on, and I never looked back! I then did musical theater and loved acting and singing growing up. I graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, which I loved. I always knew I wanted to move to LA to pursue my dreams, and I did. I’ve been singing my whole life, and entertaining is my passion!

If your listeners could take one thing away from “Girls’ Night Out,” what would you want it to be?

I would love all the girls (and guys, everyone!) to feel happy and excited again to be free, confident, and happy. Going through the pandemic a few years ago, I feel like the world went through this major collective trauma, and it’s slowly coming out of it. I feel like a lot of music on the radio in the last few years has been pretty dark and somber. There’s definitely a place for that type of music, but I normally listen to upbeat music, like Shania Twain and Dolly Parton, and dance music, because that pumps me up! I want to inspire excitement, joy, and happiness in as many folks as possible through my art. I also wrote the song as a double meaning - yes, it’s time for the girls to go out (woo!), but it’s also time for more female artists to be played on country radio! For many years now, it’s been filled with mostly male artists, and while guys are great, it’s time for the ladies to have their fair share of the country world!

What does music mean to you, and what goals do you want to achieve through your music?

Music is my passion, and I am so grateful I have been making music for most of my life. I want to continue to spread joy through my music and uplift others.

What’s next for Jes Marie, and is there anything you’d like to say to your fans?

Thank you so much for supporting me and for supporting “Girls’ Night Out”! You can check out the music video and song and get all the latest updates at my website, And say hi on my social media, my handles are @realjesmarie. I love meeting new people and saying hi back!


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