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Lady J / Press

“2012 has been a busy year for NYC’s Lady J. They released their second album, played shows in Park City, UT at Sundance, legendary NYC music spots The Shrine in Harlem and The Delancey to raucous fans. Now patrons of Ruby's Elixir in downtown St. Petersburg, FL will get the pleasure of seeing Lady L perform live Saturday night, Dec 29th. Should be a great show! ”

Ernie Pappowitzcheck - The D Rag

“We love this artist - Lady J has an amazing soulful sound and every song is an original. A great mix of jazz and rock. She and co-songwriter and rhythm guitar player Mick Salva have created a rare and beautiful album.”

“Lady J announces back to back NYC shows in June. You wanted it, you got it! Hot on the heels of their appearance at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, Lady J has announced back-to-back shows in the city coming up at the end of June. Lady J is fronted by the sultry, charismatic, red-haired beauty, Lady J, backed by her well-oiled band and their explosive, raw and funky rock stage show. First up they play at the Shrine World Music Venue just blocks from the Apollo Theater on Thursday, June 28th at 9pm. The next night, Friday, June 29th at 7pm they perform at The Delancey, known for its open air roof deck and intimate live music stage downstairs. ”

Lady J Blog

“Wicked, raw garage rockers in the tradition of The Dolls and Lou Reed..really diggin that groove and crisp, clean guitar rockin sound for "save the day"..Tasty!!”

MikeWhitePresents - Reverbnation

“Lady J receives honorable mention in Indie-music.com's 2012 Top 25 Artists ”

“Everything here is hot hot hot HOT!”

gwamba - http://reverbnation.com/gwamba

“It's like Joan Jett meets Sheryl Crowe with the Black Crowes as the backing band...”

Googlyi - http://turntable.fm

“Her voice has that kind of I-don't-care-Sade kind of vibe only this is dance music. Although the genre says "rock" I'm more inclined to call it disco because of the groove and lyric repetition. The guitar is the center piece in "Jump" and "Dream in Reality." It's well-played and I love the overdrive sound. "Whatcha Say" starts with a great sparse drum groove. They may be tracks but it sounds like real drums and it's good enough for some serious booty shakin'.”