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Jessy J is on Jim Peteriks Lifeforce Album Along With other 15 Other Legendary Musicians


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[size="4"][font="Tahoma"][color="#483D8B"]The captivatingly innovative saxophonist/singer/songwriter and contemporary jazz artist Jessy J is part of an amazing lineup of 15 incredible musicians for Jim Peterik’s Lifeforce album “Forces at Play.” Dubbed Smooth Jazz that Rocks, Lifeforce’s superstar lineup includes, along with Jessy: Jeff Carlisi (.38 Special), Greg Carmichael and Miles Gilderdale (Acoustic Alchemy), Blake Aaron, Steve Oliver, Marzette Griffith, Lisa McClowry, Sijay, David Pack, Steve Eisen, Steve Cole, Chieli Minucci, Nick Colionne and Mike Cichowicz, and Alex Ligertwood (Santana).

Jessy J is featured on the track “Jazzy Lady” with Jim Peterik (Eye of the Tiger, Vehicle). You can check out and download “Jazzy Lady” and all of the great songs on the album on iTunes at: http://bit.ly/ForcesatPlayoniTunes and Amazon at: http://bit.ly/ForcesatPlay

Lifeforce’s newest single, “Forces at Play,” from the album with the same title, is being released to radio stations today! The song features Chieli Minucci and Steve Cole. To find out more about this amazing band, visit Jim Peterik’s Lifeforce here at: http://bit.ly/JimPeteriksLifeforce[/color][/font][/size]

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