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The Polished Edge: ‘JJAMZ’ — Z and the boys create unique sound




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From a distance, Los Angeles-based super group (although they’re often defiant in accepting the label “super group”) “JJAMZ” (pronounced juh-jams) may resemble a form of pop group “No Doubt,” with gorgeous blonde lead vocalist Elizabeth Berg (everyone just calls her Z) fronting a group of gentlemen. But when you take a listen to “JJAMZ,” you’ll immediately notice Z and the boys produce a pop/rock sound that is very different from anyone else right now.  . . .

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