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Introducing Jamie Jo

August 26, 2008
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THE DEBUT SINGLE “U TURN ME ON” FEATURING BARRY GIBB TO BE
RELEASED DIGITALLY ON SEPTEMBER 23

Miami native Jamie Jo is about to set the dance clubs on fire. Her debut single, “U Turn Me On” featuring the Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb will be released digitally on all major digital service providers on September 23rd. The digital release will feature remixes by famed DJ, Eddie Baez and remixer Maurice Joshua.

The upbeat “U Turn Me On” is simply about dancing with an amazing partner, “There’s something special about electro, the sound,” Jamie Jo shares. “I think that it really touches your senses. And I want to portray and bring people a sultry, sexy feeling through my music.”

Jamie Jo’s upcoming full-length album, In Violet (Odin Media), entails catchy modern electro in the vein of Kylie Minogue and Goldfrapp, with a blistering edge. It’s an album and sound inspired by globetrotting nights spent in the world’s most trendsetting music clubs. “I like to tell stories, but small stories,” she says. “Each song is about moments. So I usually look at things moment to moment.”

In Violet features 13 songs and while electro is the dominant genre, it’s a sonically diverse assortment. “One thing I love about In Violet is its songs don’t all sound the same,” Jamie Jo explains. “You stay really interested all the way through. Some are electro-pop and dance-oriented, one has an island-y flavor. A really beautiful combination and a lot of wonderful imagery.”

“U Turn Me On” Featuring Barry Gibb – available September 23.
http://www.jamiejo.com
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“U TURN ME ON” – Main Album Version Radio Edit

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