Play Welcomes New Member Janet Leon

Play, the sensational Swedish pop vocal quartet, has welcomed new member Janet Leon to the group and begun recording Don’t Stop The Music, the eagerly-awaited new album.

Janet, a native of Goteborg, Sweden, is both a longtime friend of the group and a dedicated fan of Play’s music. An extremely talented vocalist and performer in her own right, Janet had submitted a demo to founder/co-manager Laila Bagge a couple of years ago. When original Play member Faye Hamlin expressed her desire to leave the group in order to return to school and pursue her personal goal of higher education, the remaining members–Anaïs Lameche, Anna Sundstrand, and Rosie Munter–felt that Janet Leon would be an ideal choice for the group’s new line-up.

“We’ve loved working with Faye and are very excited for her in all her future endeavors. We will always be the best of friends with many happy memories to share,” said Anaïs, Anna and Rosie. “We’re also very fortunate to be able to continue making our music with our good friend Janet. We’d like to ask all our fans in joining us in welcoming Janet to and to help her feel at home in the group.”

Play is currently in the studio working on ‘Don’t Stop The Music’, the brand new Play album. The newly-configured Play has already finished recording seven newly composed songs, including ‘Hand In Hand’ and ‘You Found Me,’ as well as some well-chosen covers that will surprise and delight the group’s fans.

‘Don’t Stop The Music’ will be available in March 2004.

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2 thoughts on “Play Welcomes New Member Janet Leon

  1. JustinaTimberq says:

    Ah SNAP! lol Faye was the only one who could actually sing in that pathetic childs group. That’s too bad for them.

  2. SugarCandy says:

    It’s true. I was like Faye is the redhead! Oh crap! The new girl better be a tight singer cos they are cute and all but they aren’t the best vocalists.

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