Jess Lamb creates her unique style of soul, pop, and R&B "with love in Over-the-Rhine"

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CINCINNATI -- “Created with love in Over-the-Rhine.” 

That’s how Jess Lamb’s music is described on her website. If you’re thinking it might sound more like the description of a piece of art than a style of music, you probably haven’t heard Jess Lamb’s music. And if you’re in Cincinnati and you haven’t heard Jess Lamb’s music, you haven’t been paying attention. 

Lamb has been a mainstay in the Cincinnati music scene for years, and her unique style that is equal parts soul, pop, and R&B makes her memorable to audiences lucky enough to hear her. She punched a ticket to Hollywood on the 2015 season of American Idol, and even memorably “jammed” with then-judge Harry Connick Jr. 

The “love” piece of her “created with love” description is evident in all her work, and she’s often seen teamed up with other Cincinnati-native acts. Currently working and writing out of the Harrison Skydeck Studio, Lamb continues to perform as much as she can, including an ongoing series playing every Thursday at Revel OTR Urban Winery

This weekend, you can catch Jess Lamb & the Factory featuring Triiibe & Molly Sullivan at MOTR Pub in Over the Rhine, on Saturday, May 19th, at 10 p.m. The show is free, but you can click here to RSVP.

If You Go

Jess Lamb & The Factory featuring Triibe & Molly Sullivan
10 p.m. Saturday, May 19
MOTR Pub (1345 Main St, Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati)
21+, free

 

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