Jessica Fogle is a singer/songwriter and composer currently residing in West Michigan. She lived and worked in Chicago for 10 years as a music director and piano teacher, while building a career as an indie lo-fi singer/songwriter. Her music can be heard in the film “Were the World Mine” (winner of Best Music at the Nashville Film Fest 2008) and also on her two independant albums – on iTunes or linkable at www.jessicafogle.com. She’s currently creating her 3rd album “Catalysts” with her partly imaginary non-band “Jessica in The Rainbow” - available September 2014. She holds an MFA from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU in Musical Theatre Writing, and a BA in music and theatre from Lawrence University/Conservatory of Music.