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Win LEIGH JONES' New CD 'Music In My Soul'!

Only once in an era does a young performer come along who is so dazzling, so captivating and so undeniable in their talent that they gather the gale force of the most respected icons in the business beneath their wings. Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Leigh Jones is that amazing once in a lifetime artist.

Having made passionate believers and hands-on supporters out of both Motown Records founder Berry Gordy AND Stax Records maverick Al Bell, Leigh Jones is fortified to take on the international pop music marketplace with her powerful debut album, Music in My Soul (on Peak Records – a division of the Concord Music Group).

Destined to be heralded as possibly the most naturally soulful white female R&B singer since Teena Marie, Leigh (pronounced lee) has recorded an assured and semi-autobiographical gem of a debut. The 12-song album literally swings from the mission statement title track (complete with scat lines and lusciously layered backgrounds) to a contemporary spin on the DeBarge classic “All This Love” specially produced for her by smooth jazz giant Wayman Tisdale.

Compositionally, Leigh turns in a finger-snappin’ piano jazz rave up titled “Cain’t Get Enough of Your Love” as well as the lowdown backbeat blues “I’m Leavin’ You.” And in what is the coup of the year, she inspired the legendary Berry Gordy to come out of retirement to produce the song “Cold in L.A.,” an introspective meditation on the façade of phoniness that naïve hopefuls find when they first arrive in Hollywood. It’s a story Leigh knows all to well as she has been diligently honing her chops and taking her knocks on the scene for a few years now.

If you would like to win your own copy of this new CD just answer this easy question: Which Pointer Sisters song did Leigh first sing in public at a first grade talent show?!

Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful new CDs. Just send us an e:mail here before November 15th with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: LEIGH JONES CDs to:

exclusivemagazine@flash.net

CD Purchase Link

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