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Album Review

Bay Area singer/songwriter Jessica Stone's sophomore effort finds the 2002 Independent Songwriter Magazine’s “Best Independent Songwriter on the Internet” winner adding jazz to her considerable arsenal of genres, resulting in a folk-pop/country-tinged/jazz hybrid that will appeal to fans of Jewel, Suzanne Vega, Joni Mitchell, and Norah Jones. Melting is stocked with its fair share of warm, changeable, confessional ballads like “Fading,” “Flowers in Her Hair,” and the lovely title cut, but there’s a refreshing, playful quality to Stone’s swingier numbers like “Sort Of,” the bluesy “Need You,” and a choice cover of Willie Nelson's “Wake Me When It’s Over,” that shows an artist that is willing not only to expand her comfort zone, but to thrive in it.


Born: Oakland, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

West coast singer/songwriter Jessica Stone founded her own record and publishing company, Maidenstone Records, shortly after graduating from the L.A. Music Academy. Her 2002 debut, Seven Letters, introduced audiences to Stone's signature blend of folk, pop, and jazz, and garnered the tech-savvy, independent artist accolades from across the web. In 2004, Stone relocated to the Bay Area, where she joined the leadership and development team of internet radio service Pandora. She returned to the world...
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