In The Spotlight

Kelly Jarrard – “He Can Wait”

Hailing from Stockbridge, GA, this singer and songwriter taught herself to play guitar aged 13 and, inspired by classic sounds such as Motown, soul and rhythm & blues, she started writing her own material. She graduated with a degree in music from Clayton State University. Influenced by Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye and Amy Winehouse, she uses her 60s-dipped voice to create a soulfully hip sound.

Taken from her debut EP “It’s Time”, her latest single takes hold of your dancing shoes from the very first bracing saxophone tones. Immersed in glorious Motown hues, the foot-tappin’ rhythm, harmonious choral singers and funky brass erupts into a colorful flood of vintage vibes. And with her sumptuous vocals, filled with 60s soulfullness, you can definitely have your musical cake and eat it too!

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Music History

The Real Thing – “Can You Feel The Force”

From their album “Can You Feel The Force” (1978):

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New Music

Josie Dunne – “Same”

Overflowing with warm, summery vibes, this is the new single by sparkling singer and songwriter Josie Dunne:

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