Music for a New Time, Jen Pumo's Music Syncs With New Wave Crossing the Country

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Jen Pumo, one of the few performers in sync with the likes of Eckhart Tolle and the wave crossing the nation expounding inner enlightenment and harmony, will soon be hitting the stage with her new band performing songs from her CD "All Over The Moon".

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There's a new style of music that's quietly hitting the streets... instead of having ripping guitar or pounding drums, the sound is a little more soothing and the message a little deeper.

Just the same as Oprah Winfrey and Eckhart Tolle are leading the way in the quest for inner enlightenment and harmony, there's a wave of music going in the same direction.

One such artist is Jen Pumo who recently put out her debut CD "All Over The Moon". Growing up in Florida, but now living in Colorado Jen spends little time trying to pen the next hit, her interest's lie in conveying a worth while sentiment or message that touches on a deeper level.

Of course there is nothing new about meaning full words in songs, the 60's flower power movement had it's fair share of those. But the message was different, the conscious longing of the masses was for freedom of speech and lifestyles, and an end to aggression and war. Common themes that have not vanished today, especially the subject of war. But added to this is a growing movement of people looking for true inner happiness and balance in life, to uncover the secret of a higher state and what that could mean for modern man if it was widely embraced.

It's a journey that's just begun, but if you look in the bookstores or listen to talk shows it's a subject people are keen to know more about. Jen's music is relaxing and down-tempo, but not sleepy, the message is challenging and intelligent and connects with all age groups. Currently rehearsing with her band, Jen will soon be hitting the stage to spread the word. Updates available at


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