Janet Pressley

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Janet Pressley
Birth name Janet Pressley
Origin Cincinnati, Ohio
Genres folk, singer-songwriter, folk-rock
Instruments vocals, guitar
Years active 1993–present
Labels Blue Jordan
Website www.bluejordan.com/jpt/

Janet Pressley is an American singer-songwriter from Cincinnati, Ohio, who founded the Blue Jordan Coffeehouse which later became Blue Jordan Records. She has released two full-length records on the label; Late Last Night and A Deeper State Of Blue. She also released a special EP entitled Songs To Sing In A Cathedral At Advent in 2005. Dirty Linen described her 1996 debut, Late Last Night as "a refreshing collection of songs in the folk-pop rock vein, melodic and catchy, with nice lyrical depth."[1]

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  1. ^ Lee, Jim, "Linen Shorts: Janet Pressley Late Last Night", Dirty Linen, 82, June–July 1999, p.76

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