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“Tonight [we're a little bit country] because we fell in love with the sound of a Miami native, who’s busy conquering the world…the sultry and sweet IMAJ.” ~Deco Drive (FOX News) WSVN Channel 7
“Country music has a new star that is quickly making a name for herself. Roxanne Vargas spoke with Imaj about her recent success and latest album.” From NBC 6
IMAJ will make her 2014 movie acting debut in the feature film, Cottonwood.
Cottonwood is a period piece that takes place during the great depression and dustbowl era in West Texas. It’s a murder mystery, during a difficult time in American history, where the local sheriff must decide whether to do what is right or what is law when a local racist is found dead. | The starry cast of COTTONWOOD also includes: Louis Gosset Jr., Anthony Michael Hall, Alison Eastwood (daughter of actor Clint Easwood), Ethan Suplee, Joe Perry (Aerosmith) and Stephen “tWitch” Boss. Learn more here: http://cottonwoodfilm.com/
Between touring California:
Today I was finally taking a short break from the road and sitting in a Chinese restaurant in Santa Maria, when a sudden warmth came over me. Something was warming my heart but I couldn’t figure out what it was. It was like that warm feeling of a sweet childhood scent, you know? Like a happy memory. Or a perfect day. What was creating this joy in me? Was it the time of year? Well, there’s still a few months ’till Christmas season. Was it the great weather? No, I was sitting inside and it was cold. But something. I feel something. ‘What is it, California?’ I thought to myself. Then, ‘Oh my goodness…it’s the ocean!’ I had been so focused — so “go, go, go” on this tour — that I didn’t even anticipate California for its beaches. Thank you so much for this little moment of freedom. Thank you for making this mermaid feel at home again.”
While photographing flowers at Helen Keller’s birthplace museum:
“I wonder what it is about flowers that gives them such power over the human eye. With their frail petals and bright colors, they draw us nearer and nearer and just as quickly transport us to a place of peace in our own mind. Perhaps they are proof that vulnerability is strength.” @IMAJ via Instagram
“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” performed and arranged by IMAJ and Ron Grimes. Filmed and directed by parents Kassandra and Philip Michael Thomas.
IMAJ’s full debut album is Now Available for purchase on http://imaj.bandcamp.com
MusicRow’s Chart welcomes six sensational debuts this week!
Kellie Pickler’s “Little Bit Gypsy” debuting at No. 67
Sara Evans’ “Slow Me Down” at No. 70
Philip Claypool’s “Strong One” at No. 75
IMAJ’s “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner” at No. 76
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz’s “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me” at No. 96
Joanna Mosca’s “I Guess That Says It All” at No. 80.