X-Factor's Jennel Garcia Shares Debut EP

Bedford, Massachusetts bred spirited pop-rock singer and songwriter, Jennel Garcia grants her fans a fierce new EP, Life Starts Now.

Establishing her new outlook on music and her career, she infused the message of self-empowerment through vibrant, bubbly tunes, preceded and followed by passionate refrains.

Garcia mentions, “'Life starts now' means a lot to me because it's something I said to myself and my family when I auditioned for The X-Factor." She also states, This EP means so much to me not only because it's my debut, but because it's like my diary that's come to life. Each song has its own special meaning to me so I'm excited to finally share it with the world. It's a way for people to know me better and see another side of me."

Life Starts Now was produced by Zack Odem and Kenneth Mount of ZK Productions (Mayday Parade, Cartel, We Are The In Crowd). 

Jennel Garcia first performed at the tender age of six years old at her elementary school where she performed Alicia Keys’ “Falling.” Her history of carrying a tune predates the show, however. Before she could talk, she hummed the melodies of her favorite songs. Garcia spent much of her dancing and singing in competitions. Perhaps a foreshadowing event, in 2004, at the age of 10, she was flown out to California to perform on national television for “America’s Most Talented Kids.” Later, she got another chance to perform and compete for the world to see.

During her senior year at Bedford High School, an institution she attended after moving to Rochester at 13 years old, she auditioned for XFactor. On graduation day, she received the phone call that she had been invited to the live auditions for celebrity judges Simon Cowell, LA Reid, Britney Spears, and her mentor, Demi Lovato. From there, she became a top 12 finalist and went on to write and record Life Starts Now

You can purchase Life Starts Now here.

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