the road here.
Jennifer began performing in the clubs in the Lower East Side of New York City, including the Knitting Factory, CBGB’s, the Living Room and the infamous anti-folk scene of Sidewalk Café. She also sang at the glorious Carnegie Hall.
She recorded her debut CD Somewhere to Rest My Head with respected New York indie rock producer Teddy Kumpel, who also worked with Ricky Lee Jones, Feist, Marshall Crenshaw and Chris Baron.
After taking a trip to Los Angeles to visit friends, she decided she was ready to move to the land of the sun. Since her move, she has become increasingly more accomplished and acclaimed.
Jennifer’s music has been featured on Lifetime Television, and her side project, The Gilded Lilies, signed a music-licensing contract with Format Entertainment (Transformers, Sex and the City, Alvin & The Chipmunks).
The Gilded Lilies’s song So Long Farewell won 'best-in-category' in The West Coast Songwriter’s competition. Their song This Day was also selected to be the title track of the World Hepatitis Alliance’s first CD which featured collaborations by artists such as Lisa Gerrard, Michael Levine and Melanie Laurent. The Dove Self-Esteem Fund’s global ambassador Jess Weiner featured the Gilded Lilies’ song On the Inside for her self-esteem workshops.
Jennifer has been fortunate to sing on stage with Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Dave Stewart and Booker T in honor of John Lennon for the House of Blues Ending Hunger Project.
Jennifer also willingly lends her voice to organizations and projects she believes in. She sings at children’s hospitals in conjunction with The Art of Elysium and Musician’s On Call and she has organized and performed at numerous events benefiting organizations working to end violence against women and children, including VDAY, Sanctuary for Families in NYC and Children of the Night in Los Angeles.