Lori Jean Talks to 'Eve' During Her Pronounced Pronunciation

Lori Jean Releases "What About Good Old Eve" Digitally Worldwide May 18
EUGENE, Ore. - April 4, 2016 - PRLog -- One of Lori Jean's new encounters came when she delayed her pronunciation of 'Eve' during a song she wrote and recorded from her Angels. Using minimal instrumentals she had to curve her voice around and into the tunes to make it miraculous, emphasizing on her remarkable projection-one of her many gifts standing aside from her storylines. Nearly dying she lets her instincts go where they want to as she sways in her mind to dance she created as a child to express "What About Good Old Eve."

'When I write of those not here with us today, I turn to see their angel come to visit me. I became accustomed to this and would smile and look over and always be so sure they would be there. I always look to them now when I write to know I am writing the right thing.' Lori Jean

Top Charts Artist valued as a very unique creative talent by her label Factory Fast Records, 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 the Boston area who lives in Oregon. With her sultry, raspy vocals she creates raw, original tracks using themes, piano, synthesizers, and some of her original piano and guitar riffs.


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