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Erin Stevenson Releases 'Uncovered' June 28, 2024

(Los Angeles, CA) - Vocalist Erin Stevenson to release new album "Cover Girl Uncovered" June 28, 2024. "Cover Girl Uncovered," is her second album from Innervision Records. She wrote seven original songs and produced three tracks for the twelve-song set that uncovers some of her own musical influences via five cover songs that she selected to reimagine in her own inimitable style.

A dynamic, high-energy performer blessed with a powerful voice, Stevenson bills herself as the "Smooth Soul Songstress." The songs on "Cover Girl Uncovered" are an alchemistic style of R&B beats, Jazz improvisation, Neo-Soul grooves and Pop melodies. She capitalizes on her freedom as a frontperson to share her own thoughts, insights and stories about love, relationships, and hope through life's journey.

Los Angeles-based Stevenson will celebrate the album release with a hometown concert at the Eldorado Ballroom in Houston on June 29th.

Among the noteworthy contributors on the Stevenson project are two-time Grammy Award winning producer Paul Brown, Soul/Jazz saxophonist Marion Meadows, producer-guitarist David P. Stevens, Urban Jazz keyboardist Nathan Mitchell, and Grammy Award winning guitarist Shane Theriot. Stevenson brought members of her own band - guitarist Kay-Ta Matsuno and bassist Keith Eaddy - into the studio to track the album, fostering continuity between what you hear on record and live in concert.

"Cover Girl Uncovered" opens with the vintage R&B sounds of Teena Marie's "I Need Your Lovin." Another one of Stevenson's favorites is Chaka Khan, celebrated on the album with a fresh rendition of "Everlasting Love."

The summer heat continues with a sultry Brazilian jazz version of Phil Perry's "Perfect Island Night." Stevenson gets jazzy on an elegant reading of Nancy Wilson's "Save Your Love For Me." Erin revisits Alicia Meyer's R&B prayer "I Want To Thank You" and grants Matsuno the freedom to riff freely throughout the upbeat track.

The section of original songs opens with the simmering "Playing with Fire," which was produced by Billboard top 20 saxophonist Justin Young. Stevenson paints the scene. Released as a single last February, "Almost" plays out on a sensual mid-tempo groove. Stevenson explains the song's meaning.

Stevenson shares her wedding vows, which she set to music on "Yes." "Cover Girl Uncovered" has already spawned a Billboard top 15 single with "Smooth Soul," which features Meadows's soprano sax ( Stevenson wrote and coproduced the steamy track with Stevens.

Illumined by Keith Mitchell McKelley's expressive saxophone, "Everything To Me" was also released as a radio single and accompanied by a video (

An enchanted Stevenson shares her real-life inspiration for "Here With You." Brown produced and played acoustic guitar on "Believe," which closes the collection on a note of positivity, thanks to Stevenson's empowering lyrics.

Recording "Cover Girl Uncovered" was more than a two-year journey for Stevenson. As she wrote and recorded, she teased the project by dropping singles along the way, beginning with "Everything To Me," in early 2022. "Believe" followed in August that year while "Smooth Soul" hit in March last year. When "Almost" streeted around this Valentine's Day, Stevenson was caught up in the whirlwind promotional tour for Timberlake's new album. Now she can fully focus on sharing, promoting and performing her own music.

"Cover Girl Uncovered" contains the following songs:

"I Need Your Lovin'"

"Everlasting Love"

"Perfect Island Night"

"Save Your Love For Me"

"I Want To Thank You"

"Playing With Fire"



"Smooth Soul" featuring Marion Meadows

"Everything To Me"

"Here With You"

"Believe" featuring Paul Brown

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