Thursday, March 24, 2011

EP Release: Folk/Pop Chanteuse Jill Goldberg's Girl, Polite

From a media release:

Boston-Based Folk-Pop Chanteuse & Songwriter JILL GOLDBERG Readies GIRL, POLITE for April Release

“Not Worth It”: Infectious New Single

New York – Evocative folk/pop chanteuse Jill Goldberg is set to release her sophomore release, GIRL, POLITE in April 2011. Produced by Mark Turrigiano (Ingrid Michaelson, Lissy Trullie), the 6-track EP is a musical exploration of identity, transition, and empowerment, drawing inspiration from personal experience and the world around her. Armed with a sound that reflects Sheryl Crow’s pop/rock sensibility, Sara Barielles’ vocal prowess, Basia Bulat’s poignant poetry, and Sarah McLachlan’s graceful delivery, GIRL, POLITE provides a solid testament to Jill’s burgeoning musicianship and undeniable spirit. Featured tracks include the driving lead single “Not Worth It” and the candidly cathartic title-track.

Over the course of her career, Jill’s music has been featured prominently on the Martha Stewart Show and Ralph Lauren’s Big Pony Collection campaign. Additionally, she is the founder of her own Louar Music, a licensing firm that allows indie musicians to obtain song placement in high-profile television, film, and advertising projects. With her assistance, Jill’s clients have secured synchronization licenses with leading media outlets including MTV, PBS, and Bunim Murray Productions.

In support of GIRL POLITE, Jill is currently booking tour dates for select performances along the East Coast. Stay tuned for more announcements regarding additional dates.

Jill Goldberg Tour Dates:
March 25 – Cape May, NJ @ Singer-Songwriter Showcase
April 8 – Arlington, VA @ The Apple Store
April 9 – Bryn Mawr, PA @ Milkboy Coffee
April 15 – Boston, MA @ The Apple Store

Jill Goldberg
GIRL, POLITE - EP Release: April 2011
Full Tracklisting
1. Not Worth It
2. Girl, Polite
3. Where Did You Go
4. Five Steps
5. I'm Always Right
6. My Heaven

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