Commonly considered an old blues, jazz, and soul singer-songwriter trapped in a young woman’s body, 10-time international songwriting award-winner JESSI TEICH (pronounced TEACH) brings a pop sensibility to her stylish new album, TWISTED SOUL, recorded in Paris and OUT TODAY on Madame Freak Records.
TWISTED SOUL, hailed as “wildly creative” by AXS.com and “a solid and sultry crossover album worthy of the highest praises” (Playback: stl), is the latest chapter of a success story based on hard work and a strong connection with a growing army of fans in the U.S. and Europe for the artist who was raised in Clinton, NJ, and has been based in Philadelphia since graduating Magna Cum Laude from the Berklee College of Music. Just selected one of “5 Indie Artists You Should Hear” by Mocha Man Style, Jessi celebrates by kicking off a spring U.S. tour with a CD Release Event at the Sellersville Theater, in Sellersville, PA, on April 18. She also will be featured on Radio Free Nashville in a two-hour live radio interview broadcast, hosted by Ty Brando, on May 4.
Jessi calls TWISTED SOUL “a crossover record with a jazz spinal cord,” with a sequenced “poperatic” story arc of cathartic metamorphosis – overcoming tragedy through change and growth. The album showcases Jessi’s sinuous vocal prowess as well as her heralded songwriting capacity, and contains three songs which already have won awards, including the kickoff track, “The Haunting,” winner of three competitions on its own.
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