Ya like jazz? You will after listening to these albums
Think jazz is just three guys in suits scatting? Think again! There’s a whole world of different jazz genres that are sure to suit any musical tastes.
Jasmine Rae has had one of the fastest rising careers of any local artist in recent years. Her ARIA nominated debut album Look It Up yielded two #1 singles, with Australia’s King of Country, Lee Kernaghan, describing Jasmine as, "the hottest new artist to come out of Australia in a long time".
Jasmine Rae has already earned the endorsement of some of the world's biggest country acts, having toured with the likes of Brooks & Dunn, Joe Nichols, Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley, Adam Harvey and most recently Lee Kernaghan throughout 2010. To support the release of Listen Here on March 4 through ABC Music/Universal Music Australia, Jasmine is the opening act on Alan Jackson & Miranda Lambert’s first ever Australian Arena Tour.
Kicking off with the album’s current single, ‘Hunky Country Boys’ the most notable point to make straight away about the thirteen track Listen Here is Jasmine Rae’s obvious development as a incredibly talented songwriter. Her unique and refreshing creative touch is stamped all over her collaborations with credentialed songwriters from both the US and Australia. Then there’s her incredible vocal range, soulful vocal quality, emotive and relatable songs and engaging musicality which resonates from start to finish.
Listen Herewas recorded in Nashville and is produced by Grammy nominated Australian Mark Moffatt.
The icing on the cake is ‘I’ll Try Anything’, the stunning duet recorded with US superstar Joe Nichols.
Music buyers can pre-order a signed copy of Listen Here now by visiting www.jasminerae.com.auand following the links.
Everyone who pre-orders a copy of Listen Here at JB Hi-Fi Online before February 18, will go into the draw to WIN a bunch of great prizes, including a trip for two to CMC Rocks The Hunter, where Jasmine Rae will perform live. Also up for grabs are tickets to see Jasmine Rae, Alan Jackson and Miranda Lambert in concert in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
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