Jamie is featured on this week's Rumblefish New Music Tuesday newsletter, and on the Rumblefish Music Licensing Store homepage:
POPPIN' FRESH: Jamie Lynn Noon
Monday, November 3rd 2008
The sweetly sung, personal pop of Bay Area singer/songwriter Jamie Lynn Noon is heartfelt and cinematic. With cherubic vocals, a bright, Californian vibe and sugary, soaring hooks, Noon's slickly produced tracks offer a sunny respite from dour, too-serious rockers. It is, in fact, precisely that spirit of breezy innocence and pop accessibility that makes her songs the perfect aural accompaniment to, say, the next Princess Diaries-like girl-power film. Cut from the same cloth as Vanessa Carlton or Sara Bareilles, Noon could be the precious, bittersweet vocalist your next project calls for, but with a rock edge and maturity beyond her years, this pop songstress makes wistful music that is anything but disposable.
Films about female friendship
Loneliness montages in romantic comedies
Replacing Kelly Clarkson, Chantal Kreviazuk or the songs of Linda Perry
Need some sugar and spice and everything nice.