Two years later, she won a college talent competition, which gave her the courage to play a summer residency at a local LA coffeehouse, but after a successful run of shows, she still couldn’t shake her fear and gave up performing. It took the traumatic experience of her father being diagnosed with terminal liver cancer to finally infuse her with the strength she needed, as detailed in her song "Crash." After a two year fight and by a complete miracle, her dad beat all the odds, and in the process, Jennifer herself was also healed. She realized that if she could face what she had been through, she could face anything, and that life was too short not to follow your dreams. With her new found faith and strength, Jennifer found herself brimming with inspiration, songs, and the courage to follow her dreams. Since then, Jennifer has become known for her intimate, relatable and conversational stage presence and has been rising up through the ranks of singer/songwriters.
After having played to enthusiastic crowds at venues such as Molly Malone's, Room 5, The Mint, and Genghis Cohen, she had her EP release show at Hotel Cafe in February. The EP’s opening track, “The Greatest Good,” is receiving major radio airplay on Dave Koz’s Smooth Morning show broadcasted on Tokyo’s JWAVE. The song “Build Me A Bridge” was also chosen to be on The Alternate Roots Valentine’s Day compilation. 33 songs out of 500 submissions were chosen to be finalists for the compilation and the final 24 songs included on the compilation were chosen by audience voting Read more on Last.fm.
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