Jessica Willis Fisher Bio


Jessica Willis Fisher

Jessica Willis Fisher

Jessica Willis Fisher is a singer/songwriter, performing artist, speaker, and author who believes that sharing our stories with one another will change the world. Raised playing traditional folk music from an early age, she performed with her family band, The Willis Clan, in the Irish, Country, and Bluegrass music scenes and made appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and America’s Got Talent. At 24 years old, she left her seemingly happy family life due to the escalating danger and long-term abusive treatment from her father.

She dove into therapy to try and understand the events of her childhood which enabled her to participate in bringing her abuser to justice. Her memoir Unspeakable: Surviving My Childhood and Finding My Voice, sheds light on the trauma of sexual abuse and shares her journey to reclaim her voice in music and life. Jessica is a passionate advocate for fellow survivors and further shares her story through her deeply personal debut solo album, Brand New Day.

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