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Jara

Jara is a Pop-Rock musician and songwriter from San Diego, California. In his new solo endeavor, Jara shows off a soulfully emotive voice and deep rhythms on guitar and piano/keyboards. One could describe his able-vocal range as having a smooth and strong sound with a high level of controlled pitch and vibrato. Accompanying Jara's vocal and instrumental prowess is his ability to write muti-textured, richly-diverse melodies, along with impactive lyrics that the listener can both relate to and will elicit quandary. Jara is also a member of the acclaimed Melodic-Metalcore group Before The Flood, ...read more

Jara is a Pop-Rock musician and songwriter from San Diego, California. In his new solo endeavor, Jara shows off a soulfully emotive voice and deep rhythms on guitar and piano/keyboards. One could describe his able-vocal range as having a smooth and strong sound with a high level of controlled pitch and vibrato. Accompanying Jara's vocal and instrumental prowess is his ability to write muti-textured, richly-diverse melodies, along with impactive lyrics that the listener can both relate to and will elicit quandary. Jara is also a member of the acclaimed Melodic-Metalcore group Before The Flood, providing powerfully-hitting 'clean vocals' aside his co-vocalist screamer. Prior, he was similarly enlisted into another highly successful band, Thy Kingdom Come. It is this incredible voice and a dynamic stage presence that has garnered him great respect amidst musicians and a dedicated fanbase. This heartfelt music is honest, and performed with a feel-good groove that you'll find infectious. GET READY!!! « hide

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America's Most Haunted
12/21/2012

4.5
1 Votes

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