One undeniable fact of the music industry is that in the last half-decade, the re-birth of the female singer/songwriter has overtaken and re-ignited the music world. From Adele to Taylor Swift, Grace Potter and Katy Perry; the passion and insight evidenced early on by the likes of Joni Mitchell, Chrissie Hynde and Sarah McLachlan has been re-born in fine form.
On November 6, a certified newcomer joins these ranks: Ingersol and her-self titled, debut album (via JIC Music).
The album contains twelve tracks, each possessing a captivating intelligence and ready-made viability.
Ingersol worked extensively with Grammy®-nominated producer, Alex Salzman, who helped weave her many musical influences with her intimate, honest and often profound songwriting style.
Says Salzman, “Ingersol’s multi-faceted musicality and ability to freely express herself lyrically has allowed us to successfully craft a deep retrospective on her life’s experiences in this debut album.” Ingersol immediately evidences a complexity that is at once compelling and accessible, on songs such as “This Too Shall Pass” and “Chasing Shadows.”
The album boasts world-class musicianship which listeners will immediately hear and appreciate. Salzman gathered renowned NY based session musicians, all of whom have played with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Mariah Carey, Ashford & Simpson, CHIC, Southside Johnny, Diane Schuur, to name but a few. The result is a perfect balance of life’s moments set to a well-honed score.
Ingersol’s twelve track debut album takes listeners on a layered journey that will undoubtedly speak to them on many levels; including her first single from the album ”Comfort Comfort.” Ingersol’s first video, directed by Erik Palladino, for the song is available now. You can check out the debut video at and

Ingersol will be released (on JIC Music) on November 6.

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For Ingersol, music and the arts have always played a big part in her life. By the tender age of three, Ingersol already showed a passion for anything music, and with her parent’s encouragement she began to develop her talents. Her first singing debut came in her church choir at the age of four, and by the age of five, she was able to handle pieces like “Gloria” by Vivaldi and “Bist Du Bie Mir” by Bach with ease. Ingersol credits her choir director, Barbara Bruns, with promoting her passion and developing a true sense of emotion that comes with music and musical performance. She began an interest in playing guitar after her cousin gifted her with an acoustic that she determinedly plucked away at even though it was too big for her to hold correctly. Read More...

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