E J Dease | Light That Shines

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Light That Shines

by E J Dease

She made her splash onto the music scene when she was 15, on Broadway. At 16, she won the National Junior Star Search competition. She has performed with luminary personalites such as Prince, Belinda Carlisle, David Cassidy and Savage Garden.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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1. I Know
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2. Lost And Found
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3. Light That Shines
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4. Forgive Me
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5. What It Takes
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6. Heaven Would Be Hell
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7. Overload
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8. How Many Time
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9. Cowboys
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10. Living On Borrowed Time
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11. Love Could Be
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12. I Can Count On You
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13. Best Days Of My Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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She made her splash onto the music scene when she was 15, on Broadway. At 16, she won the National Junior Star Search competition. She has performed with luminary personalites such as Prince, Belinda Carlisle, David Cassidy and Savage Garden. Now, E.J. Dease is breaking out with her style, releasing her first single " I Know" nationwide.

Influenced by Performers such as Dolly Parton, Sara Evens, Tanya Tucker and Patsy Cline,Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Patty Loveless, Sheryl Crow, Alison Krauss, Dwight Yoakam, E.J. Dease brings forth a contemporary country sound with a wide pop appeal, without the vocal acrobatics and complications so commonplace in today's pop music. Her sound is soulful and genuine, with a timeless simplicity all its own. "I really cherish hearing the melody of a song. I like to walk away after hearing a song and have it memorized after only one listen."

Hailing from Pennsylvania, E.J. Dease is poised to leave her mark in Country music, the same way she left her indelible mark in music's history.


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Mark

My favourite voice
A beautiful voice, wonderful tunes and a new perspective on Elisa's music. How fortunate we are to hear her sing these tunes!

Highly recommended for fans of country, pop, country-pop and any genre that woships the singer not the beats!

John Mack, Country Fan

This new CD Light That Shines by E J Dease works in several way. Its Pop, its Tr

Chris Kamy

With vocals which resonate like Martina McBride and Reba McIntyre “Light That Sh
With a flair for versatility and a skill of diversity, Elisa Fiorillo, currently known as E. J. Dease, is a singer who can perform with anyone. At sixteen, she won the National Junior Star Search competition. She has performed with legendary talents such as Prince, Belinda Carlisle, David Cassidy and Savage Garden. Now, E.J. Dease is breaking out with her style of country music, releasing her first single “I know” nationwide on OneWest Music.

In 2002, Chuck Murphy, CEO of OneWest Music, began working with E.J. Dease to create a new sound for E. J. that would be a blend of both pop and traditional country. Co-writing and producing her debut country CD was no small feat given the history of producers she had worked with in the past. Murphy enlisted Jeff Silverman as a co-producer on half of this 13-song CD which ensured a unique and dynamic country music sound that is sure to impress even the youngest of country fans.

With vocals which resonate like Martina McBride and Reba McIntyre “Light That Shines” the new release by E.J. Dease will connect with a larger teenage audience, which has been long desired by Music Row in Nashville.

"I Know" opens up the CD up-tempo note setting the bar for energy and emotion. The song is about a person who is wising they could get the love back in a tired relationship and it lets the listener experience that the vocals are the emphasis of E J Dease. The track is co-written by Chuck Murphy, Jeff Silverman and Debra Lyn.

"Lost and Found" was co-written by Chuck Murphy and E.J. Dease. A hidden giant, this track about a woman that has been hearing the same thing from the same guy too long. This track has all the elements: harmonic vocals, slide guitar, delicate fiddle background and driving instrumentation to make “Lost and Found” the centerpiece of the CD.

"Light That Shines." This track is the most "country sounding" and up-beat track on the CD. This track, which is about having a higher power to help you find your way through the darker times in life is the uplifting namesake of the CD and is powerful enough for radio airplay. This song was co-written by Chuck Murphy and David Gonzalez


“Forgive Me” is a beautiful, heartfelt country ballad that talks about the love found and then lost. E.J. Dease sings this song with strength and love that we can all understand, relate to and connect. Her graceful vocals and lush harmonies ease the pain when she talks about what love failed to bring. This track is written by Chuck Murphy


“How Many Times” cleverly delves into descriptions of the intangibility of love. Dease sings, “It’s like the rain that falls at night. You know it’s there, just out of sight. The wind will blow it through the trees. You know it’s wet, you know it’s real”. The lines explore love’s elusiveness, while contending that love is indeed a definite, and sometimes, the only way to find it again is to leave behind a relationship that offers everything but. This track is written by Chuck Murphy