THE SECRET'S OUT: THE NEW SOUND OF RBP

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The debut of Jen Elliott's new CD, THE SECRET'S OUT not only marks the debut of a dazzling new artist; it also serves as the unveiling of a new music genre, RBP.

New York, NY-- It was a long and winding road that took Jacksonville's Jen Elliott to the debut of her new CD, THE SECRET'S OUT. But the CD does not serve merely as a debut of a new dazzling artist; it also serves as the unveiling of a new music genre, RBP. The innovative new genre is a winning blend of rock, blues and pop, combining the drive and heart of rock, the soul and emotional power of the blues and the hooky delights of pop.

Raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Jen has been enthralled by her love for music from a young age. She fed off of PB & J, church hymns, violin lessons and performing in various musicals. After a post-college jaunt around Europe she began to sing her original material at an open mic night in Jacksonville Beach-- no accompaniment, just standing on stage belting out her private thoughts and feelings a cappella. Recordings of some of her Jacksonville Beach a cappella performances came into the hands of A& R executives for a new indie label, City Canyons Records. They swiftly recognized a rare and fresh talent in Jen Elliott, both as a vocalist and a songwriter. Since then, Jen has been recording and performing non-stop, appearing or soon to appear in such top New York venues as the The Village Underground, Shine, The Cutting Room, the C-Note and headlining at the 2003 Global Entertainment and Media Summit at Le Bar Bat.

Following almost a year of hard work, THE SECRET'S OUT is complete. It's a CD straight from the heart. Although her music calls to mind Sheryl Crow and Bonnie Raitt, Jen's RBP sound is truly all her own and is propelled off the stage by her boundless energy and charisma.

THE SECRET'S OUT is slated for release on May 2003.

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