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Mr. Airplane

by Jillian and the Giants

American Soul-Pop.
Genre: Pop: with Live-band Production
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3. The Lark
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4. Chicago
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5. My Baby
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6. I Don't Know My Name
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7. White Knuckle
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8. Mr. Airplane
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Jillian and the Giants perform timeless American music that uniquely fuses an eclectic collection of influences into a powerhouse transmission of modern Soul-Americana Pop.
Led by the haunting and sultry vocals and songwriting of Jillian Bessett, the piano-driven quartet marries modern influences with their strong connection to Soul, Jazz and Blues, Americana, and Western music from the past.
Songwriter and guitarist extraordinaire Chris Callahan (Shrimp Chaperone) brings his electric and wiry sensibilities to the mix by masterfully cultivating a rich sonic palette that adds an exhilarating counterpoint and raw tension to the soundscape.
The threads of Nina Simone, Patsy Cline, Bill Withers, and Peggy Lee all weave through the musical tapestry of Jillian and the Giants' brand of American music.
The result is a powerhouse of smoky and soulful originals that might evoke images of a small combo performing in the corner of a 1940s expatriate bar, unhinged from time and delivered up for your evening's musical adventure.

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