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Artist Jammie Jolly, Artist Ellen Hayes, and Artist Color School Are On Air!

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JAMMIE JOLLY

Philadelphia based artist Jammie Jolly is the architect behind the sounds of the indie label Jollytimeproductions. Jammie’s creative artistry began after serving his country in the U.S. Navy as a member of the group VOR (Voice of Reason). Initially signed to the independent label Fayzomac records, the group released one self entitled album 1997. In 2009 Jammie released his debut solo project “So Strong” which created a unique smooth R&B style blended with a gospel message.  **********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

ELLEN HAYES

Originally hailing from Ecorse, Michigan, Ellen was raised in Detroit, Michigan, after her father, Pastor Charles J Edison, was called to establish a church there.

He moved his family, which included his wife and ten children, into a home on the upper floors of a converted bar, and that’s where Ellen’s father began his ministry work. 

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COLOR SCHOOL

Jingle Jangle hippy rockers with an inner-city slam. There is no better way to describe the brilliant sound of veteran musicians Color School. Initially emerging out of Washington DC’s 80s punk scene and its vibrant Go-Go heritage, they have constantly evolved their sound to produce melodic and pop influenced rock with more than a bit of bite.

 

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