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Channeling the legends of classic rock with powerhouse vocals, impeccable leather style and an elusive sense of danger that takes you by surprise, Miss Velvet has taken the rock n roll world by storm.  No stranger to the stage, Miss Velvet has toured and performed in over 100 cities across 5 continents, including opening a world tour for the iconic George Clinton - who calls her voice “the definition of rock n roll.”  George Clinton isn’t the only one singing Miss Velvet’s praises, with numerous music critics comparing her bold vocals and electrifying performances to the likes of Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin and Robert Plant. Additionally, her previous releases (with her band, Miss Velvet & The Blue Wolf) have garnered two Top 20 hits on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Indicator Chart.


Entering a new era of self, Miss Velvet’s forthcoming solo album Traveler blurs the lines between the roles of being a rock star, an artistic explorer, and a young mother – resulting in a potent rock escapade that’s both raw and multifaceted.  After moving from her native New York City to sunny Los Angeles, Miss Velvet connected with acclaimed rock producer Esjay Jones.  The duo sparked a deep connection and explored themes of conditional and unconditional love, loss and sex with a distinct focus on their shared love of classic rock music.  Utilizing a respectful nod to that visceral, retro rock sound and fusing that energy with modern color, a forceful and earnest potency can be felt in every guitar riff and careening chorus of the album’s ten song journey – opening a portal for rock lovers and listeners across generations to find a home in the world of Traveler. With smashing urgency and a dedication to vibrant honesty, Miss Velvet’s album is not only a personal journey but a revelation of modern femininity as she refocuses the lens through which the world views women in rock music. With an urgent rock sound pulsing through Traveler, 2023 is poised to be a powerful year for Miss Velvet as she brings us back to the golden era of classic rock.

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