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""It was very good on all levels""

..."it was very good on all levels. the songs well written and the guitar parts very nice and the vocals very strong!" - Country Joe McDonald

""marketable singer/songwriter sound""

"Rejoice had a very marketable singer/songwriter sound" - Ben

""I was truly moved""

"I was truly moved by your performance. I can't remember the last time that I was so absorbed in music." - Pat Sargent of Sonicbloom Ensemble

""Like taking a walk down a country road""

"Listening to Rejoice play is like taking a walk down a country road you've never seen before, finding that everything seems familiar. As you walk deeper into the experience, you feel as if you're about to meet an old friend you haven't seen for the longest time. At the end of the listen, I realized that I had!"

- Roger Fisher, Original guitarist of "Heart"

"Tremendous vocals and overall songwriting and production."

"Tremendous vocals and overall solid songwriting and production...In fact we feel that your music is among the absolute best in indie music. -


Since the debut release of "Not Afraid of the Dark" it has been played on KZSC 88.1 Santa Cruz CA. "Breakfast in Bed", KCSN 88.5 Los Angelas "Tied to the Tracks" KSER 90.7 Everett Wash. Rejoice was chosen to be a "GOLD" member of and was a chosen vocalist in Sept.06. Notable shows of 2006 were "Northwest Folklife Festival","The Bite of Seattle", "Pike Place Street Festival", "Oregon Country Fair" "Summer Meltdown" and more.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Pop Rock at it's finest! Rejoice and her band have wowed audiences in 2006 with up-beat songs that leave the crowd happy and feeling like they experienced something special. Rejoice's strong vocals and skillful guitar playing are backed by a tight group of players who really know how to take you away. R&B, funk, rock and alternative influences bring thoughts of Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow & Edie Brickell.