by Matt Shine |
You may already be in love with the radio-ready sounds of Jared Lee -- his "Hooray for Hollywood" track was featured on last week’s American Idol season premiere! Jared’s other infectious tunes, "It's Over (Goodbye) and "Beautiful World" were featured on American Idol’s previous season.
Now, this soulful pop-rock crooner takes us behind the scenes of his latest video "It's Over (Goodbye)" featuring the beautiful Cassie Scerbo and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood!
Jared Lee Bio
After a wild ride filled with a variety of unique and stirring experiences recording in studios all over the world, BMG Chrysalis Music singer/songwriter Jared Lee unveiled his debut EP "Falling Through Holes”, in Fall of 2011 which was helmed by multi-platinum producer Mike K (Nelly Furtado, Natasha Bedingfield).
Jared’s initial effort showcases a collection of r&b infused pop-rock songs featuring radio-ready anthemic choruses, soaring guitars, powerful drum beats all highlighted with soulful vocals that cut right to the core.
The infectious lead single, “It’s Over (Goodbye) along with the emotionally charged “Beautiful World”, were featured in back to back episodes of American Idol Season 10, introducing Jared’s undeniable talents to a legion of new fans.
Further, Clear Channel Radio, a global media and entertainment powerhouse, selected Jared as an “Artist To Watch – Pop” on over 71 US Top40 radio websites
Jared's 1st radio single "It's Over (Goodbye) Debuted at #40 on "Adult Pop" BDS Chart August 29, 2011 and is getting spins on over 20 key HAC stations all over the country.
In Oct, 2011 Jared was featured in an interview and performance on Z100’s world famous “Elvis Duran In the Morning Show.” No stranger to the stage, Jared Lee’s continues to headline top venues and college campuses all over the country with his dynamic live show and open for artists such as TRAIN, Gavin Degraw Brian McKnight, Secondhand Serenade and many more.
As the buzz continues to build on this rising star, expect to hear a lot more about this newcomer in 2012 and beyond.