She not only writes, sings, plays and programs her own music, she has produced 7 songs on her new album, "Out of the Box." Jennifer moved to Nashville, TN, in 1997 from Live Oak, FL to sign a record deal with RCA. Opening a big door of opportunity for her, she had an album released under the name Jennifer Day, "Fun of your Love." The first single, "Fun of your Love," was featured on the Kevin Costner film "For the Love of the Game." Another song, "Completely," was on the soundtrack "Where the Heart Is," with Ashley Judd and Natalie Portman. She was discovered by Coca Cola to be one of the featured artist for their jingle in 2000. She also did promotional touring for Maytag with artists Kenny Chesney and Sarah Evans.
Not quite at home in the country market, Jennifer decided to dive into her artistry. Her piano became her best friend. Her corky songs lend themselves to being compared to Fiona Apple and Tori Amos. Hunter Williams, who produced 5 songs on "Out of the Box," first heard Morrison sing in 2004 when he was looking for a female vocalist for SoJorn.
She's been featured on artists Steven Delopoulos "Me Died Blue" and Shawn Byrne "But I Digress." Jennifer's voice is powerful and distinct. Her songs are colored with intense emotions, good beats, soaring melodies and lyrical brilliance...every time you listen, there is something new to love. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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