SOURCE: Angry Mob Music

Angry Mob Music

August 22, 2011 10:00 ET

Angry Mob Music Signs Four Stellar Indie Artists to Its Growing Repertoire of Musicians

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 22, 2011) - Jesse Glick, Ezza Rose, Kristi Jo and Lisa Donnelly are among the new batch of singer-songwriters who have joined the diverse roster of Angry Mob Music, a boutique music publishing and licensing company. Angry Mob Music will be representing their respective extensive music catalogues for future placements such as film, television, and commercials.

"We're proud and excited to represent these artists and their music. We know who their audience is and we will work hard to ensure Jesse, Ezza, Kristi Jo and Lisa get the exposure they deserve on all levels," said Sean Harrison, head of marketing and co-founder of Angry Mob Music.

Jesse Glick's musical style is influenced by musicians including Bob Dylan, Springsteen, and Neil Young, and by his hometown of Woodstock, NY, a place poor in the pocket, yet rich in history and spirit. Harrison sees Glick's music as a driving force for cars and tech products/companies, high-end indie features, television dramas and studio romantic comedies. Glick's music has been featured on hit shows including ABC's SCRUBS and COUGARTOWN, and CW's ONE TREE HILL.

Ezza Rose was born and raised in the small gold rush town of Julian, Calif. Her music is rooted Americana, and first blossomed when she moved to Portland, Ore. Rose released the 2011 album, "Jacob," a follow-up to her 2008 album, "Through The Music Box." Her music has been compared to the alternative country-style of Emmylou Harris.

Kristi Jo's style is about bringing back the tradition of folk music, but giving it a new twist. She is known for her intricate guitar playing and smoky vocals. Born and raised in Los Alamitos, Calif., the songwriter has pooled her musical inspirations from Joni Mitchell and The Beatles. Kristi Jo is currently touring for her most recent album, "Dwell."

Lisa Donnelly's style leans toward the contemporary and has been described as a cross between Sarah McLachlan and Ingrid Michaelson. Donnelly is a songwriter who sings songs that capture fortuitous moments in her life. She released her solo album, "We Had A Thing," in 2009 and fronted the LA band A.M. Pacific and was subsequently indoctrinated into the Hollywood music scene. Donnelly's music is currently being featured on Showtime's THE REAL L WORD.