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"The Journey to CHOOSE ME" Ep. 1 'The Why' is out now

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Why do we create? Who is it for? Should we let outside opinions influence the work? What the hell am I doing? No, seriously, what the hell am I doing with my life? These are questions that constantly plague me when I’m working on a creative project of any kind. 


Last year (and earlier this year) I released some of my music and the songs didn’t get the response I was hoping for. They weren’t “successful”. Needless to say, I had a lot feelings about it. So, I did what helps me most and started writing about it. I then decided I would document the process, from the writing and arranging, to the recording and its upcoming release. 


“The Journey to CHOOSE ME” is that documentation. I will share one episode every Wednesday leading up to the release of my new single “Choose Me”. I don’t know if I figured anything out during the process, because I feel like I'm still in it, but I’ll leave that for you to decide.  

So if you ever wanted to know what it’s like being a creator (and/or in my head, though sometimes that’s a scary place, so beware), this is for you. It’s raw and vulnerable (hello, no make up) but hopefully it’s funny too. I’m nervous and excited to share it,  but it's time to do just that because the first episode of “The Journey to ‘Choose Me’”* is out today. Hope you join me on the journey, and enjoy! More to come.


**Warning: video contains explicit language.

"Perpetually Broken" EP dropped 4/28/23

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“It was last June when I reached out to my friend and producer Brett Parnell with the idea that I wanted to make another album. I was working on a solo show about loss and the pandemic, and I had cut some of the songs. But I still wanted them to have some kind of life, and here they are. The songs range from heartbreak, to loss, life choices and hope. I couldn’t have done any of this without the continued love and support from my family, friends and community. So, thank you!  I hope you enjoy.

The next single out is “Drummer in the Band”. Heartbreak is tough no matter what age you are. And sometimes a moment can stick with you forever. It's funny how one tiny sentence can affect your life in a such big way. Your brain can start telling yourself a story and you can start to see evidence everywhere to back that story up, even if it's not true. "Drummer in the Band" is like that. Inspired by the girl groups of the 60's but with a modern feel. I'm proud to share it.


Watch the "Drummer in the Band" official lyric video

"Perpetually Broken" single dropped 1/27/23

“A chill, atmospheric vibe of heartbreak and loss, enveloped in hope & resilience.” Let's face it, life is hard. From loss and heartbreak, through disappointments and defeats. We all go through it.  Still, I don’t want the struggles to harden me. I want to remain open and hopeful. Because regardless of the trauma, life is beautiful and worth living. And that’s “Perpetually Broken”.

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Official "Free" Music Video

New Single"FREE" Released December 2nd!

On October 24, 2020, my mom died. I was devastated, and still am. It felt like a huge chapter ending, but also a moment to decide what I wanted my life to look like going forward, especially since it was also the first time in a very long time that I felt like I had no one else to take care of besides myself. It was time to focus only on what I wanted. And I knew. This song was born from that reflection. I'm no longer doing what I’m 'supposed' to do, especially as a woman. I’m choosing to live this life as I desire and on my own terms (mistakes and all). this is my declaration to live my life in joy and freedom,
all with a dash of a dance beat.
What's yours?

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New lyric video for "never be silent" out now!

Watch the official lyric video for 'Never Be Silent' from the EP "Rise Up and Other Musical Thoughts for These Times". Music & Lyrics by Jean Ann Garrish. Performed by Jean Ann Garrish. Produced, Arranged and Engineered by Brett Parnell at Bear in a Barn (Brooklyn, NY).

Video by B.A. Miale

New song and video out now!

My friend Michael posted on IG that he “missed coffee dates and taxi cabs”. He also thought someone should write that song. So I accepted the challenge and started to write. For some extra inspiration, I asked some of my friends to tell me what they missed. They graciously responded. And this is what I came up with. I like to think of it as a love letter to NY, to all essential workers, and to us, doing our best to keep ourselves, and others safe, because that's what it's all about. Much love. 💜

Brand new interview!

I recently had the great opportunity to be interviewed by "call me adam" himself, adam Rothenberg. We chatted about the process of making my new ep, my influences and what I'm standing up for today. to  You can read it here

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It's finished!

my debut solo EP will was released on December 13.

Available everywhere:

Watch the offical'Happy Is On Me' Music video now!

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