Jessi Frick



Jessi Frick got her start in independent music in the late 1990s while at Fiddler Records, home to Dashboard Confessional, New Found Glory, The Bled and Recover. Originally from Miami, FL, she traversed the country tour managing The Impossibles (Fueled By Ramen). After bouncing from coast to coast, she settled in San Francisco, CA. Jessi owns Citrine Management, an artist management company with such clients as Girlpool, The Hotelier, Half Waif, Diet Cig, and IAN SWEET and runs Father/Daughter Records, an independent record label that has released records with Vagabon, Shamir, Mutual Benefit, Forth Wanderers, and more.