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Wow! Thanks for finding the Falling demo! Your site continues to amaze.
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You’re welcome. It was a fluke really that I found it. I had visited that site before but never really explored it until last night. Surprise, that demo was there! Glad everyone is enjoying it!


Jennifer with Chris and Heidi Powell of Extreme Weight Loss. Chris and Heidi surprised a couple at Jennifer’s show with Jennifer’s help. If you aren’t familiar with the show, it tracks 365 days for a person or couple to change their lives with weight loss and lifestyle changes. Since Jennifer is at the beginning of the couple’s journey, it will not air until next summer sometime.

Jennifer with Chris and Heidi Powell of Extreme Weight Loss. Chris and Heidi surprised a couple at Jennifer’s show with Jennifer’s help. If you aren’t familiar with the show, it tracks 365 days for a person or couple to change their lives with weight loss and lifestyle changes. Since Jennifer is at the beginning of the couple’s journey, it will not air until next summer sometime.





Jennifer Nettles, “Know You Wanna Know” (Nettles, Marx)
“We were set up by Sara Bareilles, who said, ‘You two not only need to write together; you need to know each other.’ She knew that Jennifer and I were gonna get along. We wrote four songs over two days at her house in Nashville. ‘Know You Wanna Know’ is my least favorite of the four, but she absolutely loved it. She kept saying, ‘This is the song I need for this album.’ The tempo of that album is mid-tempo to slow, so she really needed a barn-burner. [‘Know You Wanna Know’] is basically a ditty. I just started playing some blues on the acoustic guitar, and the melody started to shape. She jumped into it and said, ‘You know, this song should be about gossip, about people talking too much.’ And then it was really fun, because we were writing about a very specific topic. Writing with Jennifer is a blast because everything she sings sounds like a hit record. She’s just got an insane voice. The work tapes of us writing songs that week at her house are filled with record-quality vocals. Even before the vocals were finished, everything she sang was stellar.”
Richard Marx on Writing with Jennifer. Two of the four songs they wrote made the album. Know You Wanna Know and Every Little Thing. (x)

Jennifer’s Farmville 2: Country Escape Commercial.