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Jamie Lynn Vessels –‘Don’t Worry'

Music Review by Matt Wong & Staff

"Don’t Worry” is rock/Americana song written by New Orleans based singer/songwriter Jamie Lynn Vessels. The ballad begins with an eight bar intro of drums, bass, and guitar setting the soundscape. In addition to Vessels’ enticing vocals which enter on the first chorus, the simple, yet well crafted bass-line catches the listener’s attention as it supports the melody. Brief rolling piano lines come in on the second chorus and adds motion to the song, in addition to complementing the sparse guitar part.

The song’s clever guitar part makes good use of delay, and gives the listener the feeling that they are situated on a moving cloud. The song’s chorus-bridge-chorus form is perfect for the song’s vibe and ends with a beautiful extended instrumental section.

“Don’t Worry” was written by Vessels’ to remind herself to remain optimistic in life. The lyrics “Don’t worry, your heart will be just fine. Don’t worry, you’re gonna be alright” capture the message of the song. She also sings about how struggle, toil, and trouble are just part of life, but in the end, love will “lead you along your away.”

“Don’t Worry” by Jamie Lynn Vessels is a well written and well performed song. Clearly a talented songwriter, Vessels’ lyrics are written with the everyday person in mind, and her abilities as a vocalist showcase her unique, expressive style. Shout out to producer Louie Ludwig, and the team of talented musicians and engineers who contributed to this fantastic production. As the song flows over your worries, Jamie Lynn Vessels song ultimately heals.


About Jamie Lynn Vessels

Jamie Lynn Vessels has been nominated for numerous awards including “Best Roots Rock Artist” of 2018, “Best Roots Rock Album” of 2018 and “Best Emerging Artist” of 2015.

She was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and initially studied Criminal Justice, obtaining both a Bachelors and a Masters degree. During her studies, she yearned to fully pursue her love of music and songwriting and eventually she chose a career in music, over criminal justice. Jamie switched gears after graduating, and moved to New Orleans to begin a life as a singer-songwriter.

Jamie Lynn Vessels’ band features Vessels herself as the singer-songwriter, Cranston Clements on Guitar, David Brouillette on bass and Daniel Perez-Iriondo on drums. The band was formed after the North Carolina native decided to follow her calling and move to New Orleans. Vessels formed the band between the years 2018 and 2019, and has found a nice fanbase in the Crescent City.

Compared to Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Melissa Etheridge, and even Susan Tedeschi, Jamie mezmerizes her audineces with a voice that is soulful and down-to-earth, dazzling musicianship, meaingful lyrcis and dynamic performances.

For more information, please visit Jamie Lynn's website.


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"Don't Worry"s featured on BWH Music Group’s new release, ‘On Peace Street, Vol. One.’ The compilation album is a collection of 19 original songs in various genres by today's best independent artists and songwriters. Sharing songs about peace and social justice, the artist's songs will ultimately remind you of the importance of peace, fairness, love and unity. Filled with meaningful lyrics and exceptional music, this playlist is an example of how music can influence, and even change, people, movements, and society. Visit BWH Music Group Album Release Page for more information.