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May 7, 2016

Press Release/Jocelyn Acoustic Midtown Crossing Show 5/14/16

A gifted singer/songwriter/guitarist from Omaha, NE is poised to make her mark in
contemporary music. Jocelyn, at an astounding eighteen years of age, combines her
deep passion for humanity with a very observant and mature outlook on life, love and
music to write amazing, memorable songs that stick in your head. She has an ever-
growing catalog of hooky, modern pop music that relates well to artists like Ed Sheeran,
Tracy Chapman, Megan Trainor, Nora Jones, etc. Twice nominated (the youngest ever)
for the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Award for best singer/songwriter, Jocelyn has
performed at countless local and regional shows at venues like The Waiting Room and
Slowdown, and has been a featured performer at the legendary Whiskey A-Go- Go on
LA’s Sunset Strip (twice) and Nashville’s famous songwriter haven, The Bluebird Café.
She is currently auditioning band members for an upcoming tour that will include a set
at the prestigious Long Island Acoustic Festival in July.

 

Jocelyn is planning an outdoor show to celebrate over one million views of the clip of
her song, “Everybody Else (aka Windows Down)”. Local artists Aly Peeler and Edem Soul
Music will also perform. The show will be held at Turner Park in Midtown Crossing on
Saturday, May 14 th from 2-4 pm. Midtown Crossing provides three hours free garage
parking for guests. Map: http://midtowncrossing.com/visit/

 

The show is free to all ages, though we will be soliciting and accepting free will
donations for Jocelyn’s upcoming studio recordings later this month in Los Angeles. A
Go Fund Me account has also been setup and is growing daily, as Jocelyn’s fans
enthusiastically spread the word. The Jocelyn acoustic show is sponsored by
Hutch and
Midlands Music Group.

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