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Jade Starling is Back! Houston are you ready?

Jade Starling is back! Houston are you ready?
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Best known for her number 1 platinum hit “Catch Me I’m Falling”, Pretty Poison’s Jade Starling is releasing her first solo album, “Captive” on UniversalITunes June 10th. A multiple Billboard entry recording artist, her solo album will not only please long time fans of late 80’s music but will easily be embraced by present day electronic music fans. With collaborators such as Lee Dagger (official remixer for Rihanna, Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, Pink, Avicii, The Killers and several other major recording artists) and one half of the duo Bimbo Jones, her first single “Insomniak” is already a hit amongst the Billboard Dance Community.

"Thinkin About U” will be the second single release in June to coincide with “Captive”. It will feature exciting remixes from Mike Cruz, Chris Cox, And Marc Stout aka Papercha$erIn order for “Captive” to truly reach the widespread club and radio airplay it deserves, an Indigogo campaign is currently being set up where donators who donate as low as a dollar are eligible for special prizes. “Captive” tour is in development, complete with video projections, a DJ, and dancers. With a 36 city run, she has an interest in including the Houston market. Place refer to her website for further up to date news, which also includes links to stay connected with her on social media.

For more comprehensive details, Jade Starling’s interview covers the modern approach taken on her first solo release “Captive”, an EDM laced album with collaborations from world class DJs. A retrospective look into her platinum selling career that pioneered this style of music and has influenced current pop culture to a considerable degree is also featured. The interview explores how the music industry has both changed and progressed since the inception of Pretty Poison, her band with long time collaborator Whey Cooler, whose work is still being used today in movies and shows. Clearly not a retro piece,this article presents technological innovations in music making as well her creative influences and lifestyle. This presentation conveys the importance of audience support, charitable causes, and the need for financial support in the arts.

I invite to take a look at the Interview we made with Mrs. Starling, you will love it.

Joe Sioufi & Michael Graves