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Keep An Eye On These Girls Who Rock

Ladies to pay attention to in the music world.

1. Mary C and The Stellars

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Powerhouse vocalist Mary C along with The Stellars put on a kick-ass show with high energy and attitude. Check out their newest music video.

An a capella-style group comprised of six sisters ranging from age 13 to 22, they gained their following from performing covers on YouTube. They are now working on their original album with Universal Records.

“As an emerging vocalist, songwriter and producer, Jocelyn’s thought-evoking lyrics and soulful performances continue to elevate the artistic conscious of her audience and a buzz that has led to performances with 9th Wonder, Chrisette Michelle, Everclear, Raekwon, Wycleaf Jean, Cassidy, and concerts in over 100 venues and festivals including several in Europe and 4 major arenas.” — Reverb Nation

4. Mia Rose

Another female musician that gained her following from covers on YouTube, Mia Rose has a sweet tone to her voice that makes you want to keep listening.

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Amy Steinberg is a seasoned performer touring the United States. She is an artist who draws upon spirituality, spoken word and humor. Check out her new album, Intimate with the Infinite. Uplifting, soulful and powerful.

A lovely mix of sweet harmonies and a folk-pop blend, teens Khalil Jade, Sky, and Charlotte make up this dynamic trio. They are working on recording their first EP of originals.

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