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JG Entertainment is excited to announce the CD release party and red carpet event for Katy native Macy Medford’s debut album, Crazy ‘Bout You, on Saturday, Jan. 28.

Guests are invited to walk the red carpet beginning at 6:30 p.m. and must RSVP at RSVP@macymedford.com. Macy will perform songs from her album starting at 7:30 p.m., followed by a CD signing and after party. The event will be held at Stereo Live, 6400 Richmond Ave. in Houston, TX.

Macy was recently nominated for Pop Artist of the Year at the 21st Annual LA Music Awards held at the Avalon Theatre in Hollywood, CA. She caught the attention of Al Bowman, president of LAMA at the famed Whiskey a Go Go where star artists such as Jim Morrison and The Doors got their big break.

“Her music is so fresh and new….and she is such a dynamic girl,” says LAMA President Al Bowman. “We are so proud to have her as a nominee this year.”

Macy’s first single, “Just Me and You” hit international radio its first week of being released and also went straight to number one on the Tween Pop Radio charts. It was the first song to ever debut and hit number one the same week. She also released a music video to the hit song, which was shot at Marilyn Monroe’s house in Studio City, CA.

Macy was born and raised in Katy, TX and is a 14-year-old advanced honor freshman student at Seven Lakes High School. She spends a lot of time going back and forth from LA to record and work on her music career. Macy says,

“I’m really excited for people to hear what I have been working on for the last year and a half,” says Macy.

Macy has joined forces with Katy based artist, Jamison Strain to deliver a great concert. Party goers will be able to purchase her CD at the event rather than waiting for the album to hit iTunes February 7. Influenced by jazz, pop and R&B, the CD is full of jazz infused pop tracks, which transcends all ages. With mature and seasoned writing skills, Macy co-­?wrote all of the songs on the album delivering catchy hooks you cannot get out of your head.

For more information, visit macymedford.com.

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