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Jill Sobule: Music for Political and Social Change

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About the video:

She addresses themes like immigration, Jewish heritage, and personal struggles, making her music both deeply personal and universally resonant. Jill’s commitment to socially conscious and political artistry shines through in her latest project, “My Song Is My Weapon.” Join us as we explore the stories behind her songs and the impact of her lyrical messages. Don’t miss out!!

About Jill Sobule:

Jill Sobule, a Denver-born singer-songwriter, has carved an illustrious career spanning over two decades and eleven albums. Her breakthrough album in 1995, featuring hits like “”Supermodel”” and “”I Kissed A Girl,”” propelled her into the spotlight. Recognized as a pioneer in the crowdsourcing movement, Jill continues to captivate audiences with her diverse talents. From re-imagining Broadway plays like “”Yentl”” to crafting original musicals such as “”Times Square,”” she showcases her versatility as an artist. Beyond music, Jill is a vocal political force, contributing to NPR, The Huffington Post, and more. Her latest endeavor, “”My Song Is My Weapon,”” champions socially conscious and political artistry. With a folk-inflected style reminiscent of iconic songwriters, Jill weaves autobiographical elements into her compositions, addressing themes like Jewish heritage and personal struggles. Through fan-funded projects like “”California Years,”” Jill remains at the forefront of musical innovation, inspiring both fans and fellow artists alike.

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