Jeanine London
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Jeanine London


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Jeanine London: Uncle Tom's Album, (Stand Alone Music, 2006) If I Knew Then, I Just Wanted You, C'mon Now, Comfort Me, I Got Wheels, I Want to be a Cowboy, More Than That, When We Were In Love, Uncle Tom, Seventh One, Don't Ask Me on Monday:
Shelter From the Storm (Written for Katrina Relief Benefit);
San Juans, Come By Here, Stoned Again, All We Know, Meant to Be.

Mark ThunderWolf -
Mark appears on television and radio stations wherever he performs. Aboriginal Voices Radio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and National Public Radio in Binghamton, NY and Santa Fe, NM and KRIR in Richmond, VA are just a few of stations that have interviewed him and play his music regularly. He has also been the featured artist on Native and his music is currently featured on their weekly programs. Mark’s music has developed a following that has stretched across the Atlantic Ocean into the entire United Kingdom where he has been featured several times on the BBC network, including the BBC World Service program. Radio stations in the Celtic regions of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England and France, air his music regularly. He has received requests to tour the UK and plans to do so in the near future. The Celts identify strongly with the Native American culture and are drawn to the haunting, meditative quality of his music.

Here are a few stations that air Mark’s music regularly:

KMUD Radio Redway, CA
WSKG NPR Binghamton, NY
Aboriginal Voices Radio Toronto, Canada
Cape Breton Radio Nova Scotia, Canada Internet radio
KNOM Radio Nome, Alaska (which reaches listeners in Siberia Russia and Japan)
BBC Radio 2 London, England UK (which broadcasts throughout the UK and Europe)
GMR Radio Manchester, England UK
BBC Radio Scotland Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Radio Clyde Scotland, UK
Radio Highland Scotland, UK
Vale of Leven Hospital Radio/Radio Lennox Alexandria, Dunbartonshire & Strathclyde Scotland, UK (aired constantly by requests from staff and patients)
Radio Wales UK
BBC Radio Ulster, Ireland, UK
KRFM in Southern Ireland, UK
Basque Radio Spain Europe (which covers Southern France & Northern Spain)
Nippon Radio Japan
KRIR Radio Richmond, VA
WWW.AWESOMERADIO.NET (an international internet radio broadcast)
Hear Mark's music at and at and


Feeling a bit camera shy


Ranging from ballad to battle cry, Jeanine London's music takes the audience for a ride with no holes barred performances. Jeanine is currently recording with a new band, merging Fok/Rock with new age jams. The 2007 Uncle Tom's Album tour starts off with a drop party May, 2007, and wraps up with a stint in the UK.

Recent recordings reflect 30+ years of putting life to lyrics. The current CD, Uncle Tom's Album features songs like, If I Knew Then, and I Got Wheels, fun and rollicking, and I Just Wanted You, C'mon Now and More Than That, sweet, soft and soulful.

Jeanine's 'take no prisoners' attitude reaches through her lyrics, not just in protest tunes like Come By Here, and Run Little Children, but in the heart grabbing lyrics of You Don't Love Me Like That Anymore, and I'm Done Crying. More than a singer/songwriter, but all about the lyric, Jeanine's unpolished but not unrefined stage presence gives any venue an intimate ambiance.

Jeanine London grew up playing guitar and singing in church and performed in churches across the U.S. and in Japan. Influenced by the harmonies and styles of Crosby, Stills, and Nash, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, the songwriting of James Taylor and John Denver, and the complete abandon of Janis Joplin, Jeanine took to performing in coffeehouses, street corners and open mics.

More recent performances include the an appearance on Good Day Iowa, Fox CH. 28, the Cherry Days Festival & Mountain Harvest Festival, Pizza My Heart and The Blue Sage Center for the Performing Arts in Paonia, The Soul Garden in Montrose, and Main Street Bagels in Grand Junction, KVNF Public Radio, You Might Forget 1997, Interview 2001, Colorado; the Great Falls Farmer's Market 2005 season, The Neighart Gospel Music festival, The Straw House 2005 summer season, the Helena Chamber of Commerce block party, Helena, Montana. Cafe Paradiso, Fairfield, & 4th Avenue Bar & Grill, Washington, Iowa, & The Stir Fry Cafe, Knoxville, and Lyrix, The Commodore, Cafe Coco in Nashville, TN.

Jeanine recently won the semi-finals in the WFIV Songwriter's Competition in Knoxville, TN. and will compete in the finals May 10, 2007.

C'mon Now, off the Uncle Tom's Album CD has been chosen for the TE' Sing Out Loud compilation CD & is now getting airplay at

Shelter From the Storm has been signed by Blue Pie Productions for Hurricane Healing.

Currently Jeanine divides her time between writing and performing and building a log cabin in the remote mountains of Montana, by hand, from scratch. Living “off the grid” and creating a self-sustaining environment, Jeanine’s modern homesteader experience adds texture to her most recent writing, and creates a neoAmericana twist of Hard Rock heart and a Folk singer’s soul.

Uncle Tom's Album drops with the recording of a live performance and gallery showing of Jeanine's artwork in Spring 2007 in Great Falls, Montana. The DVD from this event and the Uncle Tom's Album 2007 Tour will be released in January 2008.

Latest reviews have come from the neighboring coyote packs who rate the Uncle Tom's Album CD, "Best pick for a howling good time". More important are the rave comments of fans, and the inevitable call backs they demand. Uncle Tom’s Album was created in direct response to the demands of fans. Uncle Tom’s Album, still in production, is on Jeanine London’s own Stand Alone Music label.

The enclosed CD is a rough demo of Uncle Tom's Album.
More information and video can be found at Jeanine's website -

Mark ThunderWolf -

Mark ThunderWolf is a Native American flutist and recording artist of Lakota and
Eastern Band Cherokee Wolf Clan descent. He was born in Chattanooga, TN, the son
of a musician who had mastered many instruments during his lifetime. As a child,
Mark watched and listened to his father play guitar, fiddle, organ and piano all by ear.
Mark often dreamed of being a musician on stage and as a teenager bought an acoustic
twelve-string guitar and later a dobro acoustic guitar but never quite connected with
Either instrument. While in high school he was given a harmonica and quickly mastered
it playing along with popular songs on the radio. Over the years he jammed with
friends and bands at bars and made many guest appearances with local bands across
the country but always felt something was missing.

In the spring of 2001 while working in southern California he visited a wolf sanctuary
where the woman who ran it gifted him his first flute. Mark cannot read or write music,
but as his father had taught him to do with any instrument, he began playing by ear.
It didn’t take long to for him to learn the rudiments of the Native American instrument.
As he practiced every weekend at the sanctuary, the wolves, eagles, redtail hawks and
ravens taught him how to connect to them through his flutes. He sold his beloved
Harley-Davidson named “Ethyl” and used the money to record