About Jessi La Main
Jessi Rae is a Pacific Northwest native with strong roots in the PDX community. From a young age, Jessi spent her time studying a variety of instruments! This developed into a passion for music that is still burning like an Oregon Coast beach bonfire to this day! You name it, she plays it! Guitar, Bass, Percussion, Piano, Sax, even the Kazoo!
Jessi Rae La Main has a passionate full voice and a lot to say! Her original music carries themes that support equal treatment of all people, and wholesome messages of love and hope!
Jessi is an animal lover, equal rights and environmental activist, and is madly in love with her wife and kids!! She is a farmer and shepherd by day, and an entertainer all the time!
About the incredible Sue Rose
Sue Rose is an incredible Bass player and vocalist and has recently begun playing some shows with Jessi.
Her talent will amaze you and her fun, happy energy fits well into the musical dynamic!
You never know what you'll get when Sue Rose is on the bass! Will she show up in roller skates? Play a set jumping on a mini trampoline? Sing an Aretha Franklin song in Yiddish? WHO KNOWS?! But you've got to make it to a show to see for yourself!
If only she had a cart big enough to haul all of her gear to the show in one trip...
About Keith Hatfield AKA Big Daddy
We would like to thank Keith Hatfield for his years playing with Jessi La Main & Friends. He has retired from the band and is pursuing other musical endeavors. Sending our love!
Keith "Big Daddy" Hatfield Keith Is a classically trained symphony percussionist and drumset player. He has appeared on many recordings including Britain's Glyn Havard (Jade Warrior), John McDonald (San Diego Blues Hall Of Fame), and Al Perez (The Barry Manilow Of Mexico). In addition to performing and recording with Jessi La Main, Keith is also working on his solo CD "VooDoo BBQ". All Instrumentation is done by Keith, or programmed computer generated voices. Keith started his professional musical career at the age of 15 playing drums for one of the PNW's 1st punk bands, recognized on the PNW Bands website.