Influenced by the classic rock edge and a modern pop sensibility, Tremblay and Tentindo have come together from their respective sonic realms to create a truly unique and thought-provoking musical experience with the Venus Mars Project.
Tremblay, a singer/songwriter, is best known as a member of the Boston-based female pop/r&b vocal quartet, Jada, which, at one point, was signed with Universal Motown Records and saw several international hit singles. Tentindo is a professional guitarist, singer/songwriter, session musician, and teacher, who has opened for nationally respected acts like Alice Cooper, Heaven & Hell, and Queensryche, and was the backing band leader for Jimi Jamison (former lead singer of Survivor.)
The songs Jacyn and Peter write reflect the signature positivity that is a staple throughout their body of work. Using music as a creative outlet and reflection of their personal lives, much of their subject matter comes from shared experiences that are relatable to everyone.
The artful collaboration of this duo is manifested in their two most recent songs. #LaLaLaLove, produced by renowned producer/songwriter Anthony Resta, who has worked with legendary artists such as Elton John, Collective Soul, and Duran Duran, is a fun song about the reckless and whimsical feeling of falling in love.
Not Gonna Stop Me Now, mixed by producer/engineer Bob St. John, whose credits include Extreme and Dokken, is a song about not allowing others to get in your way and keep you from achieving your goals. The chorus is a positive declaration that you are not going to back down.
Follow Venus Mars Project on their official website at www.VenusMarsProject.com.
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