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Pi Jacobs | Urbanicana

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by Pi Jacobs

Urban Americana is the new sound from Pi Jacobs: down-home music for city dwellers, and arty tunes for country bumpkins.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Anything
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2. Kickaround
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3. Whatever
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4. Got It
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5. Mrs. Oneill
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6. Trying to Be Loved
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Album Notes
Pi Jacobs is a singer-songwriter you've probably heard, even if you haven't heard of her! With over 60 Song placements in television, film, and advertisements, Pi's music has been heard on MTV, Oxygen, Nickelodeon, ABC Family, several independent films, and Ad's for MACY's and the SF Academy of Art.

Her new single, Trying to be Loved, will air on the ABC Family network's popular show, Pretty Little Liars, on February 5th, 2013.

Pi’s forthcoming fifth album, UrbaniCana, was collaboration with renowned producer Eugene Toale, whose credits include Kanye West, Mya, Brandy, and Raekwon, and features the Beastie Boy’s Drummer Fredo Ortiz on every track.

Eugene's Hip Hop sensibilities and Pi's Rootsy, Rock-Diva vocals, create a new sound that is both Urban and Americana, capturing the zeitgeist of homesick city dwellers, yearning for simpler times.

Pi's previous releases have been lauded by several respected journalists, with John Payne of the LA WEEKLY citing "She writes memorable tunes, and she sings them with a satisfying alto sweetness that’s free of “singerly” gimmickry" and FLAVORPILL LA stating: "Pi's powerful, low-slung, achey-breaky, wistful vocals charm in a strange, been-around-the-block, but still innocent kind of way”.

Look for Pi's UrbaniCana in June 2013.



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