Vocalist PJ Parker Climbing All About Jazz Charts


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Powered by reaction to her latest CD release, Dreams Are Meant For Two, jazz vocalist PJ Parker is rising up the ranks of several All About Jazz lists.

Her free AAJ download, her own composition “So What Do You Say?" has been the number one ranked download for the last 10 and last 30 day categories for more than a month, and ranks in the top five or six for the remainder of the ranking categories: 60, 90, 120 and 180 days.

To date, PJ's song has been downloaded more than 4,300 times.

PJ's profile page, as of March 12, is ranked number 31 among all artist profiles on All About Jazz, and number 14 among living artists' profiles.

PJ's third CD, Dreams Are Meant For Two, is an emotional collection of original and classic standards, including her own title track, plus “Black Coffee," “Moonglow," “Angel Eyes," her own “So What Do You Say?" and “Love's A Logistical Thing," plus nine others.

Jazz fans across the United States, Europe, the Far East and South Africa are enjoying Dreams on their local jazz stations, and the album has earned critical praise.

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