Jensen’s Jamz, IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Whitney McClain – “Fireplace” May 15, 2019 Virtually born with a (toy) microphone in her hand, this inspirational soulstress grew up in Salem, OR, listening to Motown, Earth, Wind & Fire and Amy Winehouse. Managed by her uncle Marlon McClain of the 70s funk/soul band Pleasure, she released her debut single “Bombs Away” in[…]
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Today, buzzing singer and songwriter Whitney McClain releases her new single, “Cruise.” The track is available to stream and purchase on all major digital retail outlets. Over a simmering beat, her voice immediately takes center stage, carrying an unshakable hook with confidence, charisma, and charm. Co-written with Marlon McClain II, Davi[…]
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Icon Entertainment’s SoulFest featuring Whitney McClain, which was slated for November 11, 2017, has been cancelled. We appreciate your support and hope to see you at our upcoming performances.
Whitney McClain takes us back to a time where real music could actually be found when you turned on your radio as well as your TV with Ben E King’s 1961 hit “Stand By Me“. Keeping in mind that this song was a hit back in 1961 & later in 1986 (when it[…]
Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing up and coming singer Whitney McClain. This talented young artist is bringing fresh, beautiful neo-soul music to the pop industry. Read on to find out about her EP, how she got into the music business in the first place, and who her biggest influence is. Read the full[…]
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There is no question that Portland, Oregon has established a healthy music community outside the city walls, recently represented by the eclectic jazz vocalist/musician Esperanza Spalding. That aside, the urban scene in the Rose City for the most part remains under the nationwide radar. At one time, back in the[…]
Oregon native Whitney McClain has released her first EP Nothing To Lose and shows signs of an exciting career ahead. Whilst it may seem that the likes of Beyoncé and Rihanna are the future of R&B, there’s a fair few other out there who are creating equally exciting music, even if they’re[…]