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The country music fan base went through most of 1997 not hearing a thing out of Curb Records' Jo Dee Messina. But this major country star in the making was evidently biding her time coming up with some new great material which can be heard on her latest offering I'm Alright. Fitting in with the rest of the typical New England music scene never was a major concern for Jo Dee Messina. As one of the most promising of Curb Records' new talent, Jo Dee is building on what has been a long but educational journey. She's been making a way for herself since she began her career in high school with the Jo Dee Messina Band. Although many new artists today credit both rock and country influences as having a major impact on their style, Jo Dee says she's always felt closer to the country classics like Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn.
Her first album, according to her, was the result of going through hundreds of songs to find the right ones to fit her style and experiences. Her first hit off that album, 'Heads Carolina, Tails California' has rocketed up the charts spending several weeks in Billboard's top twenty. But it's only one example of the great work she's put together on her first album, and the world will be hearing more from Jo Dee for a long time to come.

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