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E066: Marisa Lander and Skyler Jett on February 11, 2011 | archived on

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The Josie Show

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Guest: Recording Artist and model Marisa Lander, Songwriter, Producer, and Artist Skyler Jett.

Music has been a big influence in Marisa?s life, and her biggest passion. She didn?t want to be mediocre; she wanted to be a legend and a vocalist like Mariah, Whitney and Aretha and she also wanted to mix the styles of a powerful, soulful voice like the 3 mentioned above with the pop and trendy styles of artists like Britney Spears, Madonna and Kylie Monogue. She started posting videos on YouTube and was getting many positive reviews, but Marisa knew that to get to where she wanted to be she had a lot more to do. Skyler Jett is an award-winning vocalist and one of the most sought after Singer/Songwriter and Background Vocal Producers in the Music Industry. Skyler's impressive resume includes some of the biggest recording artists of our times. Some of his accolades include receiving a Grammy Award - embossed plaque from NARAS for singing with Celine Dion on the Grammy winning hit song and Record of The Year (1998), "My Heart Will Go On" from the blockbuster hit film "Titanic." This was also Record Of The Year and is still the highest grossing movie theme song of all time. Skyler's other movie credits include: "The Body Guard" featuring Whitney Houston; "Tap" with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis Jr.; "A Smile Like Yours" with Greg Kinnear; Disney's "Hercules;" James Bond 007 "License To Kill;" "Big Bully" with Rick Moranis and Tom Arnold; and "Ghostdad" with Bill Cosby. In 1982 Skyler replaced Lionel Richie in The Commodores, touring 31 countries. He performed live at The Kodak Theater, Hollywood for the Lou Rawls 25th Anniversary of The United Negro College with the following Gospel Artists: Donnie McClurkin, Smokey Norful, Fred Hammond, Yolanda Adams, Shirley Caesar.