Kelly, Jadea - Eastbound Platform

Format: CD
Label: private JKCD 002
Year: 2010
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Genre: folk, pop
Value of Original Title: 
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, 2010's, Folk


Track Name
Never Coming Back
The Sound
Lay My Body Down
Walking Wounded
Heavy Heart
North of 42
All Wrong



Jadea Kelly - Eastbound Platform


Eastbound Platform


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Eastbound Platform is a collection of stories written and imagined upon every mode of travel. It is my belief that we all write and create best while moving and letting our eyes wander and wonder so please enjoy the chords we have matched with these tales. For a young folk/country singer and songwriter, getting your first taste of fame recording and touring with the aggressive rock band and Juno nominated Protest the Hero seems happily out of character, but was, she insists, an incredible experience. Despite the unfamiliar metal tones favored by Protest the Hero’s growing following, Jadea’s fan base grew substantially after touring and recording with the band.

She gained a reputation as the mysteriously beautiful female vocalist in the music video, ‘The Divine Suicide of K.’ This video has since gone into rotation on MTV and Much Music. Following this collaboration, Jadea released her first CD, Second Spring, and won “Best Country” honors at the Toronto Independent Music Awards in 2008. It has since received CBC air play on such shows as Folk Roots in St. John’s. Blessed with what many call a hushed Loretta Lynn esque voice, she’s now performing regularly in Toronto with her band.

Jadea’s stage persona has been compared with such established female vocalists as Neko Case and Kathleen Edwards, yet, it is Jadea’s distinctive voice and the convincing harshness which engages and captivates her listeners.

“All of this comes from the vox Kelly has, with its staggering lilt and deceptive power”- Durham Entertainment.


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