“"L' Amour Fou' New York has always been ground zero for music, and Jezabel Kipp, the ringleader of this 8-piece ensemble shows us some ofthe reasons why the city's reputation si wel-earned. Taking some greatstudio musicians, some hip arrangements and infusingthem with a whole lota groove and energy, they create a cutting-edge hybrid that defies easy categorization. Whispery muted trumpet, soulful keys, and Kipp's expressive voice carry on an international conversation, while the rock-solid bass line churns ti all along I'm going tomake a point tofind one oftheirshows next time I'm in NYC. ” - Chauncey's Rough Guide to Jazz (and some of the surrounding Metroplexes) by Chauncey Canfield
— The Rambo Report
The JazzyBell Project was born in New York City in the late 90's playing on the edge of the music Club scene. With the innovative compositions and arrangements of Jezabella Kipp, Bass-player, Singer, Songwriter and Leader of the JBP.
After producing three Albums, Released Worldwide on Fertility Records, The JBP new record "Territory" was released 8/22/2017, and was up for a Grammy 2018 consideration in three categories. God speed!
“UTOPIA” from The JazzyBell Project first Album: “Downtown Brooklyn” was #1 on MP3.com, several times on its first year of release and got acclaimed Press (San Francisco Times, Spin Magazine, Village Voice, L'Evenement, Chauncey's Rough Guide to Jazz, etc...) for her eclectic arrangements of Horace Silver classic: “Song for my Father”, “Utopia” and “L'Amour Fou”.