Breaking all the rules for love, Lori Jean reflects what a 'super lady' might mean to some people.
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CD Release March 15, 2016 - Breaking all the rules for love, Lori Jean reflects what a ‘super lady’ might mean to some people. Trying to bring as much happiness to her son’s life as possible, she includes the family releasing the album on her past mom’s birthday and writing the title track song from the love of very long marriages till the end of her dad's parents and grandparents. Searching for hope at a time when she was dying from abuse and trying to connect with her estranged relationship with her son being separated in womens’ shelters, she found magic to live and create with hope, love, and support from her son telling her to go back to school. She studied music and found Ned Euphorya in Hendaye, France who was supportive and an inspiration to her. Following a year later, adding Tim Cheatle, she finds her connection to the building blocks of artistry to music and the love of acoustics through Tim's guitar playing. This all led to "Jesse’s Song." This album is sure to be a learning adventure stone to all.
First full sentence for Mom to plz play a record, a child sibling band, skipping school for lyrics, and abuse to her head as a toddler and adult, music was bound to her.
Lori Jean came about in 2010 singing "Come Away with Me" by Norah Jones. She is a Rock, Pop, with a bit of Alt. Country singer from Oregon. With her sultry, raspy vocals she creates raw, original tracks of many genres and themes using piano, synthesizers, and guitar riffs.
Lori Jean began releasing in 2011 with her first tracks release, "The Voice of Woman," under LJ Film and Music, a subsidiary of LJP Works. Since then her work with women introduced, "Love Of A Child" at Amazon (2013), "She Finds the Chords Herself" with Ned Euphorya and Lori Jean featured through LJP Works (2015) (which is the first track to be released under that label). Writing "Resurrect My Home" that thrusts toward Aerosmith's "Janie's Got A Gun," and "Bound Unhelped" for human trafficking, and her latest track, "I Put on My Gloves." Also recently released by Jean is, "Under Your Pillow" by Factory Fast Records on "Harp's Soul" (2015), and "Little Girls" (2016), and "Say You Love Me" (2015) through Griffith Records. Regular play at @AppleMusic, Spotify, GooglePlay, Rdio, iHeart, and more. Member of BMI, SoundExchange, and AARC.
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