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"Arizona Daily Star"

Jadi Norris doesn't need to go to Nashville to catch
Music Row's attention. As the singer for Tucson's hottest country band, he's already garnered a reputation as a hard act to follow. Norris has become a favorite opening act for artists such as Brooks and Dunn, Toby Keith, Collin Raye and Clay Walker...so much so he has been requested by the acts themselves to open Tucson shows. His latest release, "Collection", features his signature ballad "Runaway Heart", the beautiful story of two lonely lovers who meet by chance. "Grandma's Song" is a bittersweet bluegrass rave-up recalling the classic "Wildwood Flower" that pays tribute to his music teacher and mentor, his Grandmother. "Company Man" drives like a eighteen wheel diesel through the speakers and begs two-steppers and rockers alike to join on the dance floor to celebrate the blue-collar ethic that makes America great. Other cuts include the heart-wrenching and gorgeous "Bottom of My Heart" and the straight-forward story of ending love "Forever Only Takes a Little While". Don't miss the ethereal and moody "Nothing Like You", a remarkable cut reminiscent
of the Allman Brothers at their best. Pick up a copy
of Jadi's release "Collection" at his next concert at Old Tucson or order a copy online at www.mp3.com/jadinorrisband.
You'll be glad you did-especially in ten years when its a collector's item.

- Cathalena Burch


"Collection", 2002
tracks available at www.mp3.com/jadinorrisband



Originality is scarce in country music these days. Great singer/songwriter/performers are almost non-existent. Almost. There are a handful-and Jadi Norris is one of those. With influences ranging from Johnny Cash to John Hiatt, from Charlie Daniels to Al Green, Jadi exposes his soul regularly to reveal honesty, truth and realism in his lyrics that anybody, young , old, upper-crust to blue-collar, male and female can find familiar. A veteran of twenty years of on-the road life experiences some may find it unusual to hear such emotional and detailed wisdom and emotion in his lyrics. When people see him for the first time most ask, "How can someone so young sing about such things?" No, he is not old, but his soul is.
Jadi has lived every word he sings. The truth he conveys in his songs, even the lighter ones, we can all find something to relate to. His live shows, whether solo acoustic or backed by a five-piece band will cause even the most stoic individual to want to dance, reflect, reminisce, cry, and dance again. When he opens shows for the world's greatest country bands (over 75 in the last three years) it has been very common for the headliners to leave the sanctity of their dressing rooms or tour busses to stand at the side of the stage-watching intently. Ask Charlie Daniels, Diamond Rio, Toby Keith, Ty Herndon, Clay Walker, and on and on. See for yourself before the rest of the world does. And they will.