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Jessica Lynne / Press

“Miranda Lambert-like spunk”

“What a great voice and terrific stage presence.”

“Pure country gold ... Jessica Lynne’s “Spiritual Cowgirl” EP is an excellent release that breathes new life in a genre that needs it.”

“Jessica Lynne, a honky-tonk singer with attitude who just moved to Seattle from Denmark two years ago and got the crowd rocking!”

“She's got some pipes! ... Sounds a lot like Patsy Cline’s legendary brand of honky tonk with a new twist.”

“Immediately captivating”

“Dusty Springfield with a twang”

“Her new album “Spiritual Cowgirl” has all there is to love about country. A sad song, a song about a cowboy, a slide guitar, harmonies, and a pretty girl with a pretty voice.”

“There is an undeniable purity in Lynne’s vocals and a warm tone that really draws a listener into her songs. Comparisons to Trisha Yearwood and Tanya Tucker are appropriate. Featuring a vocal reminiscent of Dolly Parton, Lynne’s control and tone are remarkable. Lynne puts some great energy into the vocals and the payoff is a modern country rocker that would fit well on country radio alongside Carrie Underwood or Miranda Lambert. Lynne is very ambitious, talented vocalist and I predict much success in her future.”

“Her very own brand of sound is a unique combination of new and old: Unmistakable blues licks and bright folk acoustic guitars melt perfectly on straight forward pop elements, such as catchy hooks and immediate song structures. In only 4 songs, Jessica Lynne has been able to portrait 4 different, yet complementary sides of her creativity and musicianship, in a very enjoyable EP, which features the best elements from country, folk, blues, pop, rock, in a very personal way”

“When you listen to Jessica Lynne's EP, Spiritual Cowgirl, you will likely become an instant fan of her amazing singing voice and the songs that she's writing. Spiritual Cowgirl offers up some of the best home cooked Country music I've ever heard from an artist west of the Mississippi.”

“Though the two share a hair color, Jessica Lynne's brand of country is nothing like that of Seattle standard-bearer Neko Case's. Rather, Lynne, a native of Denmark, trades in the sort of twang Nashville's more commercial kingmakers might endorse, which makes her something of a rarity up north.”

“Jessica not only has the twangy golden pipes but also a ton of songwriting savvy.”

“Her newly minted EP, Spiritual Cowgirl, is a great representation of what Jessica can accomplish and is no doubt the beginning of even bigger and better things to come for her musically.”