Jetset Getset (JSGS) is among 20 up-and-coming artists named by the Country Music Association among “Who New to Watch in 2013” in the February issue of CMA Up Close Magazine. Fronted by singers Tori Little (16), Avery Eliason (15) and Sadie Loveland (15), Jetset Getset has recently been attracting attention in Nashville, as a result of live performances and their recent album, “Saturday Night” (Playback Records).
“To be chosen among all the hundreds of country artists out there, is an honor,” Eliason said. “It makes me happy to see how our work has paid off.”
“It’s surreal that this is happening,” added Little. “Never in a million years would I have thought we would named a band to watch by the CMA.”
“We have always done our best, but now I feel it’s more important than ever to be the best we can,” said Loveland.
Jetset Getset was discovered in 2012 by veteran radio personality and record producer Jack Gale, when he saw them performing on “The Shotgun Red Variety Show” on RFD-TV in Nashville. Gale, now 87, came out of retirement and reactivated his record company, Playback Records, to produce “Saturday Night” with help from co-producer Jim Pierce. The title track is now being released to radio stations in collaboration with GrassRoots Promotion in Nashville and World Domination Music in Europe.
“I couldn’t be prouder of Jetset Getset,” Gale said. “There are very few kids singing country music, and these girls’ harmonies are different from anything that anyone else is doing.”
JSGS has performed at venues large and small throughout the South and the Midwest since 2011, including the Minnesota State Fair, Indiana State Fair, Kentucky Speedway (NASCAR), a Cincinnati Reds baseball game, Hard Rock Cafe Nashville, Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill (Cincinnati) and Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse and nightclub in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
More information about Jetset Getset is available at www.JetsetGetset.com, as well as on Facebook and Twitter.
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