Sean Spicer recently worked with Latin singer Johnny Juarez on their Here I Go CD, and he is the rare guitar-playing songwriter who excels in multiple genres. Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the world\'s most multi-cultural city, Spicer, who is endorsed by Gibson guitars and Digitech multi-effects, is a product of his environment, with the unique ability to create very different sounding songs, from reggae to rock to dance floor jams, along with breezy pop songs young people would especially enjoy. Spicer\'s strong suit is when he\'s working with a particular artist and can help them make music that specifically fits their voice and style. On New Season, Spicer\'s new CD produced by Rawle Alcide (who also serves as lyricist), the very capable vocalist Laura-Lee Cascagnette is featured on a collection of songs that will appeal to young Christian girls who love Jesus and also happen to be fans of Miley Cyrus, aka "Hannah Montana." Older Christian music fans who remember Tiffany and Debbie Gibson from the 1980s will want to pick up New Season for it's pop-rock sound that\'s easy on the ears. Already several songs from the CD, including "My Creator" and "I Can Do Anything," have become chart hits, especially popular in Western Canada. New Season\'s stand-out track, "One and Only," which actually mentions Jesus in the lyrics-- in a positive way without being trite-- is the rare Christian dancejam that would appeal to secular or Christian kids in a club. Because Spicer knows how to "redeem the beats," he gives his singer, Laura-Lee, a worthy, layered beat to sing to, and she tears it up, vocally. "One and Only" is the freshest song on the CD, the kind that could seriously become a hit on the charts in the months to come, whereas the other songs, like "Joanna" and "Shout" have instrumentation and beats sounding as if they\'re straight out of 1980s teen flicks. Tween and teen girls, as well as fans of 1980s pop-rock, will absolutely love Sean Spicer and Laura-Lee Cascagnette\'s New Season CD.