NAT JAY RELEASES "ALL I THINK WHEN I WAKE UP" SEPTEMBER 23


For immediate release:                                                                        
 
VANCOUVER-BASED NAT JAY REVEALS MUSICAL VERSATILITY AND MATURITY ON HIGHLY ANTICIPATED FULL-LENGTH DEBUT
 
ALL I THINK WHEN I WAKE UP
AVAILABLE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 ON ITUNES
 
ALBUM RELEASE PARTY TO TAKE PLACE AT THE
REVUE STAGE ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 AT 8:00pm
 
TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 2 AT 10:00am AT HTTP://TINY.CC/NATJAYCDRELEASE 
 
(Vancouver, BC) ~ Singer, songwriter, and recording artist Nat Jay is thrilled to announce the release of her much anticipated full-length album, All I Think When I Wake Up, on iTunes Tuesday, September 23.
 
To celebrate her latest contribution to the musical landscape, Jay will host an album release party on Friday, September 26 at the Revue Stage on Granville Island at 8:00pm.  Advance tickets are available online Tuesday, September 2 at 10:00am through http://tiny.cc/natjaycdrelease or at the venue the night of the performance. Ticket prices are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
 
Recorded in Vancouver at Fader Mountain Sound with Craig Northey, Doug Elliott, and Pat Steward of The Odds as the studio band and produced by Winston Hauschild (Hannah Georgas, Wanting, Hey Ocean), All I Think When I Wake Up has already received national and international recognition through placements on CBC TV’s “Heartland” and “Arctic Air” as well as “Continuum” on Showcase/Syfy.  The album’s first single, “Can’t Getcha Out”, will be featured internationally on the popular Australian television drama series “Winners & Losers”.  In addition, Nat Jay was awarded $10,000 for “Can’t Getcha Out”, which was named “Best of BC” by Shore 104.3FM.
 
Since the release of her debut EP Lights Across the Sky in 2008, Jay has shared the stage with Canada’s own two-time JUNO Award winner Dan Mangan, Matthew Barber, Oh Susanna, and Justin Rutledge, as well as New York City’s Jay Brannan and Australia’s folk-blues group, Angus & Julia Stone.
 
Nat Jay’s compelling and highly accomplished vocal delivery has been compared with such powerful performers as Joni Mitchell, Patsy Cline, and the Dixie Chicks.  Her emotive songwriting ability has earned her a BCCMA nomination for SOCAN Songwriter of the Year, an appearance as a featured songwriter at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, a guest spot on CBC Radio 2’s “Canada Live”, and most recently, a co-writing credit with the legendary Stephen Bishop for the song “Loveless” from his album Be Here Then.
 
“As an independent artist, there is so much to do on both the business and creative sides of making an album,” says Jay.  “It can take more time than we’d like it to, but it’s also done with great care.  I’m grateful to have had the support of so many people who have helped me bring the pieces of this project together slowly, but surely, and I’m so proud and excited to finally share my work with the world.”
 
Further information on Nat Jay can be found on the following platforms:
 
Web:              http://www.NatJay.com/
 
Facebook:    https://www.facebook.com/OfficialNatJay
 
Twitter:         https://twitter.com/OfficialNatJay
 
YouTube:      https://www.youtube.com/OfficialNatJay  
 
Instagram:   http://instagram.com/OfficialNatJay
 
 
Media Contact:
Teresa Trovato | 604.897.1939 | teresatrovatopr@gmail.com

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