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 News Pop / Rock 24/10/2017

Stage & Screen Star Jean Louisa Kelly Releases Electrifying New Single

Stage & Screen Star Jean Louisa Kelly Releases Electrifying New Single

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Today, Michael B. Sutton, President of iMerica Entertainment, announced that stage and screen star Jean Louisa Kelly has just released an electrifying new single of the classic standard "Where or When." The overwhelming response to this single and sheer excitement it's created have demanded it be sent to jazz radio stations nationwide immediately.
What's more, on October 27th the album in which the single finds its home, "For My Folks," will hit digital platforms, stores and radio stations across the globe!

Jean Louisa Kelly stole the hearts of many singing the classic "Someone to Watch Over Me" in the acclaimed film "Mr. Holland's Opus," starring Richard Dreyfuss as a frustrated composer turned influential high school music teacher. A child of the stage and musical theater, Jean grew up in a small town in New England where she honed her skills in singing, ballet, tap and jazz dance and performed in community theatre and summer stock. At 15 she hit Broadway in the original cast of "Into the Woods," and at 16 she was cast opposite John Candy in the classic John Hughes film "Uncle Buck."
Though the silver screen held its allures, Ms. Kelly took a hiatus to attend Columbia College where she got a BA in English before returning to the movies. She then starred as Luisa in Michael Ritchie's film version of the long running musical "The Fantasticks" before settling into 6 years on the CBS hit sitcom "Yes, Dear." When motherhood called, Jean focused her energies on her children, simultaneously experiencing a rebirth of creativity. She began composing, first her children's album "Color of Your Heart," and then her two EPs "Willing" and "Relax, Nothing is Under Control." She continued working on screen in movies and television, composing two singles for films in which she appeared.






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