Jasmine Commerce is an American singer and songwriter based in San Diego, CA. She released her first EP, Somewhere In Between, in November 2008. She has received favorable reviews online and regionally. She was chosen in April 2009 as Acoustic Cafe's "One to Watch" artist of the month, and her music was played worldwide on over 75 FM and internet radio stations.
In July 2009, Commerce won the first week of Nine West's Vintage Voices Competition. On September 16, 2009, Nine West officially announced Jasmine Commerce as the grand prize winner of the Vintage America Voices Contest. In November 2009, Commerce recorded her original song, "Meant to Be" with Sony/ATV's in-house folk label, Hickory Records (released January 2010). She is featured in the December 2009 issue of Lucky Magazine. In September 2010 Jasmine opened for British soul-singer Joss Stone, at NYC's Fashion's Night Out, part of Fashion Week in New York City. In October 2010 Jasmine Commerce opened for Matt Costa at UCSD. In January 2011, Jasmine opened for British pop star, Natasha Bedingfield, for the ICG Convention at Hotel Indigo in downtown San Diego, CA. In July 2013, Commerce in collaboration with Rheanna Downey toured in Texas. Their newly formed band The Rare Birds did two shows at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX and one show at The Rattle Inn on the 6th street in Austin, TX.
In November 2014, Jasmine Commerce has launched her Kickstarter project (can be found in Kickstarter.com) to raise funds to record her first full-length album. She has written 10 new songs for this long-overdue album which promises to be a major milestone in the singer's highly successful career.
She plays music regularly with her brother, Matt Commerce, also a San Diego musician.