Jessica Rhodes debut album “Eyes on the Streets”

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Artist Jessica Rhodes’, based in the Cotswolds, forthcoming debut album is “Eyes on the Streets”. Jessica Rhodes makes her next public appearance at Knebworth House, on Sunday 8th September, supporting Labrinth and Iggy Azalea for Toni&Guy 50th year anniversary festival.

“Great songs, great sound, and it looks good!” – Matt Butler, producer (Phil Collins, Mick Jagger)

“Superb.” – Mike Batt, owner of Dramatico (Katie Melua, the Wombles)

“Great songs, I thought I’d figured you out but you keep surprising me!” – Paul “Asti” Bond, guitarist for RedBox

A link to a brand new trailer (music recorded live as a demo for the album);
Jessica Rhodes- Weighed Down

“Eyes on the Streets” was recorded by Matt Butler in AIR studios London and Rockfield Studios Monmouth. 

The project was completely self funded by the Jessica Rhodes team, who have been touring up and down the country for the past year (playing in excess of one hundred shows in the past twelve months) raising funds and
awareness for their music. Set to be released early 2014 “Eyes on the Streets” promises to be the album to watch out for next year!

Booking enquiries; [email protected]

Telephone; 07786992989

Source: Soul Remedy

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