Sharing her birthday with the late great Merle Haggard (April 6th), Jenny embodies a similar persona to the country badasses of the last century. Not only that, she served our country, joining the Army at 18. Jenny is well on her way to becoming a household name because of her voice and who she is. Since the release of Jenny’s first EP in 2019, Jenny has also performed all over the East Coast and the Southern states at festivals and theaters, playing over 35 shows in 2020-2021. The end of 2021 saw the release of “Lights of Our Hometown” with UK artist Danny McMahon, nominated for “Single of the Year” at the British CMA’s. The song also went Number 1 on iTunes in the UK. Jenny signed a publishing deal with Spirit Production Music, a division of Spirit Music, after releasing 3 singles in 2019 and 2020. Jenny will be releasing new music in Fall 2022.
Jenny grew up listening to Metallica, Dolly Parton, and of course, 2000s-era pop. Jenny got a lot of her rock history from her parents. The couple spent much time listening to artists like Randy Travis and Led Zeppelin. Growing up listening to different music shaped Jenny into the artist she is today. Jenny’s music today embodies much of what she grew up listening to. Jenny had a lot to say about her music. She added, ” I resonate with 90s music, as many do. I think people like that era because it’s such a diverse mix of country rock and pop, with real instruments, great singers, and fantastic storytelling. My earlier songs, “driving with the top down” and “American heart,” have those 90s country elements.
Now a day, Jenny’s new music has grown as she has. Jenny’s new upcoming album speaks to her maturity as a songwriter and also her choice to write from the heart. In 2019, Jenny struggled with writing and being able to open up. Later as jenny grew and developed into this new version of herself, her music came from a place of raw vulnerability.