Winter Jams #5

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I heard Jessica Lea Mayfield a while back on my Pandora Everybodyfields station and it was this song and I loved it.  I tried to remember her name and the name of the song, but it ended up slipping my mind and I never went and checked out more of her music.  About two weeks ago I got an early copy of her new album in the mail and checked it out and it is phenomenal.  Here is the song that turned me on to her, hopefully it will do the same for you.

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I like putting a throw back in my Winter Jams.  And what’s better for Winter jams than a Canadian band from the late 90’s/early 2000’s.  “Red”  might have been the only song that really put Treble Charger on the map in America, and this song wasn’t exactly the best representation of their band.  All of their other albums had a more pop punk influence, but Maybe It’s Me was exactly what I was looking for when I was 16.