Singer-songwriter Jessica Mack has a lot to celebrate this week with the March 1 premiere of CMT’s music-themed docu-series, Music City, in which Mack has a featured role, and the March 2 release of her full-length project, One Love.
The project is produced by Andrew Bergthold (Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Ginny Owens, Big Daddy Weave), Bobby Campbell (Nashville, Logic, Mary J. Blige), Josh Bronleewe (Sanctus Real, Natalie Grant, Danny Gokey) and Nate Dodge (E!, MTV, Oxygen).
“Jessica Mack’s persuasive, pop vocals fused with her stellar storytelling-songwriting skillset represents the BEST of the NEW ‘Music City,’ Nashville, TN,” added Shereé Spoltoré, President of Global Songwriters Connection and mentor to Mack.
One Love Official Track Listing
“Sonic Boom” (Jessica Mack, Andrew Bergthold, Mike Van Soest)
“You Are The One” (Jessica Mack. Bobby Campbell, Justin Haplin)
“Mixtape” (Jessica Mack, Kristina Kidd, Andrew Bergthold)
“A Million Ways” (Jessica Mack, Bobby Campbell, Justin Halpin)
“Still Out There” (Jessica Mack, Brett Rutledge)
“Drive” (Jessica Mack, Robert Andrew Vischer)
“Lay It Down” (Jessica Mack, Tony Wood, Josh Bronleewe)
“Only You” (Jessica Mack, Bobby Campbell, Justin Halpin)
“If You Could” (Jessica Mack, Bobby Campbell, Justin Halpin)
“Because You Love Me” (Jessica Mack, Nate Dodge)
“Brand New” (Jessica Mack, Andrew Bergthold)
“Let Jesus” (Jessica Mack, Cory Wigal)
When asked about making her national television debut in “Music City,” Mack said, “Being cast for ‘Music City’ was such an honor and an unexpected blessing! To be a part of a show that inspires people to dream big and go after it – that’s what I’m all about. I’m thankful to share my journey with all who watch!”
“Music City” is an eight-episode series created by renowned executive producer Adam DiVello (MTV’s “The Hills” and “Laguna Beach”), following a group of young adults as they enter the next phase of their lives while chasing dreams of success, fame, and romance in Nashville. Confronted with everyday decisions that carry high stakes for their careers, their relationships, and their futures, they must navigate the rocky road on their journeys of self-discovery. “Music City” premieres on CMT this Thursday, March 1 at 10 p.m. ET/ 9 p.m. CT.
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