Produced by Allen Hulsey and Adrian Olsen, the album was recorded on a plantation in Virginia, resulting in an overall vibe that is gritty, organic, and raw.
Logue was inspired to record “The Split Sessions” while touring Europe to promote “The Pretty EP,” her first official release, which was polished and pop. Fans on the road were eager for a record that simulated the live experience, one which would showcase the natural richness of Logue’s voice and place more emphasis on the songwriting.
On her return flight to the states, the young artist drafted a rough sketch of her next release. She wanted to “split” the record between her older songs and new songs penned on the road. However, all the tracks would be produced with real instruments- nothing synthetic- all natural.
She launched a Kickstarter Campaign to help cover recording costs and, with the help of her fans, successfully funded it.
Now “The Split Sessions” is ready to be unleashed on the world, with a projected release date of September 22, 2011.
Jennifer has released two preview tracks for fans to hear until then- “Damned” and “Incognito,” which can be found on her official Facebook page:
For all the latest on Jennifer, stay tuned to her Official Website, Facebook, and Twitter. She also has a new blog, www.thingsthatzing.wordpress.com , that covers all that is quirky, artsy, and amusing.
Edited by jenniferlogue on 29 Jul 2011, 04:24
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