Jules Day has developed a unique sound that has almost become its own genre. Decorating each self-penned song with a proficient voice that sounds unlike any other singer, the style is increasingly being referred to as simply “Jules Day music,” a hybrid of Day’s life-long musical influence including pop, blues, jazz, and bossa nova. After successfully auditioning to become a member of a nationally known music ensemble, 18 year-old Jules packed her suitcase and drove from her hometown of Minneapolis to Los Angeles to start her music career. Barely settled in Southern California, Jules received an offer to pursue a solo career as a recording artist and immediately entered the recording studio to work on her debut album. Following the album’s release, and at the tender age of only 20 years old, Jules began headlining the city’s top music clubs. Jules’ second album, Day Dreams, is now released and contains 12 brand new, original songs that span the mood spectrum while containing an infectious spirit that almost dares one to try to not sing along. With an ever-growing catalog of great songs and an ability to deliver them like no other singer can, the possibilities are limitless for this talented artist. If watching her climb to the top turns out to be half as much fun as it has been watching her perform live, we’re in for a treat in the days ahead.
“Jules Day has the vibe, the enthusiasm, and the sheer irresistibility of a star in the making. She has the blond and slender look of a youthful Diana Krall, but the resemblance stops there. Unlike Krall, whose vocals have always worked best when they flow from her piano playing, Day is a stand-up singer, intimately immersed in her songs, digging into their
inner meaning with a constant surprising sense of emotive maturity.”--Don Heckman, Los Angeles Times
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