Jazz Vocalist Kathy Sanborn’s “Magnetized” to Be Released July 5, 2011


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"Magnetized," the latest vocal jazz song from sultry pianist/vocalist Kathy Sanborn, releases July 5, 2011 as an MP3 single. To be available through the usual MP3 outlets such as Amazon and CD Baby, “Magnetized" is the first follow-up release to Sanborn's critically acclaimed album, Blues for Breakfast. Released in March 2011, Blues for Breakfast recently became a bestseller on Amazon.com, reaching #4 on Amazon's Vocal Jazz charts.

Sanborn's latest release, “Magnetized," describes an electrifying attraction of love that can't be denied. Sanborn says, “Picture a fan watching his or her favorite movie star on the screen, feeling a magnetic attraction that can't be explained. That's what 'Magnetized' is all about—when you are pulled by an inexplicable magnetic force towards someone."

A fan of classic films, Sanborn composed “Magnetized" as an homage to the power of attraction exhibited by film stars whose screen presence can virtually electrify an audience.

“Think about enduring stars like Clark Gable or Lana Turner," Sanborn says. “People were, and still are, drawn to them like a magnet. They had a sort of electrifying quality about them, and fans couldn't get enough of their films." Sanborn adds, “When two people fall in love, there's that same kind of magnetic attraction that occurs—a sort of mystifying, electrically charged power that brings the lovers together. My new song, 'Magnetized,' reflects that awesome power of love."

To listen to “Magnetized" and Sanborn's other releases, check out the singer's official web site.

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