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Vocalist Joy Bellis Releases Debut CD "Coming Alive"

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New York City vocalist Joy Bellis's debut CD Coming Alive was released today, March 7, 2006, on the White Butterfly Music record label. Coming Alive is an eclectic mix of selections from the American songbook, Brazilian tradition and contemporary pop. A talented group of musicians comprising David Epstein (piano), Robert Sabin (bass), Jeff Davis (drums) and Doug Hinrichs (percussion) back Joy in delivering fresh arrangements of less-often-heard tunes by celebrated songwriters such as Jimmy Van Heusen, Jule Styne, Harold Arlen, Leslie Bricusse and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

Joy is an experienced performer on the New York City scene. A native of Riegelsville, Pennsylvania, she moved to the city for work in the investment banking field, but ultimately crossed over to the entertainment industry and has been performing steadily around Manhattan for the past seven years. Coming Alive is now available to sample and purchase at joybellis.com.

CONTACT:
Jeff Haas
[email protected]
White Butterfly Music
212-696-7398


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