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L.A. vocalist Callie Cardamon returns with diverse, spectacular EP
(Published: February 22, 2020)

L.A.-based vocalist Callie Cardamon is back on the scene with a sparkling new EP, Jump For Joy. The project highlights the singer's incredible versatility as well as her ability to perform in styles as diverse as jazz, Easy Listening, blues, and even pop.

This EP features five songs. What's special about it is that each track explore a different facet of the artist's creativity. For example, the opening track is just as playful and positive as the title might imply. This is the first taste of Cardamon's amazing vocals and it sets the mood for the entire release to unfold.

One of the highlights on the record is definitely her outstanding rendition of "Summertime." This is a timeless, classic song for a reason and it is easy to see why it never disappoints. "On The Street Where You Live" is a classy yet upbeat number which highlights the singer's startling vocal flexibility. This song allows Cardamon to truly experiment with her vocal range and show the audience what she's capable of. "Peel Me a Grape" is a groovy song with a nice mid-tempo vibe and a stunning arrangement, showcasing the warmth in her vocal style. Last, but definitely not least, "Why Try to Change Me Now" sets the bar higher as a curtain closer. This song has a spectacular production, which feels truly excellent as a way to end this release on a very positive note (no pun intended!)

Ultimately, Cardamon did an excellent job on this EP, and so did all the top-drawer musicians involved in this project. The instrumental balance is absolutely perfect and there is something special about the broad depth of each arrangement on this release. This record will appeal to fans of classic jazz, but it is great music regardless of your background or usual listening preferences. If you like singers with a distinctive voice and a lot of passion, definitely give her music a shot, because it totally deserves it. This project is a very good introduction to her talent and sultry vocal style, highlighting her unique ability to sing different types of songs in a more than seamless way.

More Information: https://calliecardamon.com

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