• Music at the Mountain MAY 2015 web

"A full time musician, Olivia De la Cruz’s lyrically-based, soul-infused Americana has its roots in old vinyl records and the art-focused independent schools she attended in rural Washington. As the most recognized musician in Chelan – a town of 5000 residents and 23 wineries – her talents were nurtured and given opportunity to grow.

At the urging of a friend and mentor, Washington artist Vicci Martinez (Republic Records), de la Cruz moved to Seattle in 2008 to commit herself to music. Inspired and supported by Seattle’s tight-knit arts community, de la Cruz blossomed into a songwriter who is unafraid to expose her heart and speak the truth.

Though many of her musical influences come from the folk tradition, de la Cruz’s own music emerges with a sharper edge. The organic, rootsy tones of the opening tracks of her latest album veer towards a smoky jazziness as the album progresses, the varied arrangements overlaid always with de la Cruz’s rich, soulful vocals."

Like a little sneak peek? Check out her latest video here: http://www.reverbnation.com/oliviadelacruz

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  • Music at the Mountain JUNE 2015 web

Jessica Lynne, a country singer and songwriter has been said to have Miranda Lambert-like spunk! "From her hometown in Denmark, to her new town, Seattle, Jessica Lynne’s exuberant brand of country music won’t be contained. First off, there’s her voice. If an angel were to fall and land herself smack-dab in the middle of the American dream, you might get a voice like this—a combination of earth and ether, delicacy and might, moonshine, mason jars, and cotton candy. From the first syllable, her sound captivates. Between her sunny lyrics, strawberry blond curls, and honeyed voice, Lynne’s output already evidences an implicit and consistent color scheme - pure country gold" - James Moore, Independent Music Promotions

"A full time musician, Olivia De la Cruz’s lyrically-based, soul-infused Americana has its roots in old vinyl records and the art-focused independent schools she attended in rural Washington. As the most recognized musician in Chelan – a town of 5000 residents and 23 wineries – her talents were nurtured and given opportunity to grow.

At the urging of a friend and mentor, Washington artist Vicci Martinez (Republic Records), de la Cruz moved to Seattle in 2008 to commit herself to music. Inspired and supported by Seattle’s tight-knit arts community, de la Cruz blossomed into a songwriter who is unafraid to expose her heart and speak the truth.

Though many of her musical influences come from the folk tradition, de la Cruz’s own music emerges with a sharper edge. The organic, rootsy tones of the opening tracks of her latest album veer towards a smoky jazziness as the album progresses, the varied arrangements overlaid always with de la Cruz’s rich, soulful vocals."

Like a little sneak peek? Check out her latest video here: http://www.reverbnation.com/oliviadelacruz