Acclaimed vocal artists Jennifer Saran has been growing in popularity with every new release. Her latest effort is a short five-song EP titled "Smoky Nights." It was produced by the Grammy-award winner Narada Michael Walden, as the two have worked perfectly together on Saran's earlier releases. Jennifer's latest album kicks off with the gentle, elegant flow of the title-song "Smoky Nights," as Jennifer's voice seems like the perfect match for this classic jazz sound. She adds a bit of blues to the vocals of "Love Is Now Gone," before adding a little more flair and tempo to her music in the song "Let The Waves Wash Over." She finishes her new album with classic, old-school jazz appeal of "Get Over Yourself." To find out more about Jennifer Saran and her latest release "Smoky Nights," please visit jennifersaran.com.
Arriving last Friday was the sophomore effort from the innovative singer/songwriter, Kristina Koller. Her new album titled "Stronger" features eight tracks, beginning with the piano ballad, highlighted by the rock drive of the title song "Stronger." She turns up the tempo for the R&B infused "Hold On," while "21st Century Love" showcases her softer side on this modern folk/jazz ballad. The jazz vibes continue to stroll through her song "We'll Be Alright," before Kristina closes out her new album with the quiet, beautiful touch of "Left Behind" and the more jazzy, upbeat rhythm of "Come Back." Kristina Koller has a bunch of shows lined-up in the New York area, including one album release show on November 7 in Woodstock, NY. For a complete set of live appearances and to find out more about her new album "Stronger," please visit kristinakoller.net.