[JPL] And speaking of Justin Bieber

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Mon Feb 14 13:17:43 EST 2011


 Sorry Mark, the singing was awful, and the drumming was covered up by two kits in action and all the other noise, so the jury is out o that count.

Mike Schwartz/KSJS

 


 

 

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From: Mark Rini <mark at groovmarketing.com>
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I was actually more impressed with Bruno Mars who laid it down on the kit,

keys and sang his ass off.

I had seen his name in a few mags, but this was my first exposure to his

music. Can't say I'm running to itunes to download, but I was legitimately

impressed by him.





On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 9:33 AM, Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com> wrote:



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>

> Biz..you would be correct in that Justin has drumming talents that

> shouldn't be

> blown off. That's his first instrument and he plays well. Same with

> Gaga...and

> the piano. She can play the piano...classically. In Justin's case...he

> pulled

> the Marvin Gaye/Teddy Pendergrass thing and move to the front to sing.

> Also,

> everyone should keep in mind that producers are dictating what he should

> sing

> and perform and his contract I'm sure expects a sales range from what he

> does

> based on what they've paid him. At this point I doubt very seriously HE's

> dictating his direction. That time hopefully will come though.

>

>

> Jae Sinnett

>

>

>

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